DIY Confirmation Card

 

I recently went to a Confirmation for a friend’s child and decided to make the card. I thought this would be a great opportunity to tie in her Confirmation Saint and also give her a keep-sake including the 7 seven gifts of the Holy Spirit that she can reflect on in years to come.

Below you will see two tutorials, one for the card and one for the envelope (because the card is quite large).

~ Card ~ 

You will need:

1. A4 coloured paper – orange, red, yellow
2. White cardboard (I used an A4 watercolour paper I had, it doesn’t have to be too thick)
3. Some printed images (I just googled mine, see below) –

4. Pencil
5. Pen
6. Ruler
7. Eraser
8. Scissors

Finished Product

16. Glue on Saint Picture and Quote, Add frame with cross over effect. Add Strips on colour as an added effect.

14. Cut some organe paper for writing space, glue on some white accent strips. TIP: Dont glue to card until you are happy with your message.

 

Slideshow ~ Card Tutorial
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 Images used in Tutorial for download:
Dove 1
Dove 2
Saint Kateri
Dove 3 (optional cover)

 

 

~ Envelope ~

You will need:

1. 2 A4 sheets of white paper
2. Glue
3. Scissors
4. Pencil
5. Ruler

Slideshow ~ Envelope Tutorial
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