i should be mopping the floor: Free Printable Birthday Cards

Friday, August 24, 2018

Free Printable Birthday Cards

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I'm still on a bit of a birthday-themed kick in the printable department. These free printable birthday cards are available to celebrate every fifth year from 10 to 100. 

Printable Birthday Cards
I love a good age-specific birthday card...they seem a bit more personal. And gosh, who doesn't love the quintessential number candle? I always enjoyed the classic white and green ones from my childhood...but these watercolor ones kind of take the cake (pun intended). Grab these free printable birthday cards below.

Free Printable Birthday Cards


Numerical Birthday Cards
I think these are lovely little birthday cards to keep on hand. These days, greeting cards can get so spendy. Keeping these at the ready can make it a bit easier on the pocketbook. Plus, they're super sweet for the recipient. The watercolor cake and florals make it even more special.

Free Birthday Cards
I've also included a "neutral" card with just one candle (pictured above) for those birthdays that don't end in "0" or "5". 

Watercolor Birthday Cards
When these free printable birthday cards print out, they have a small line around the perimeter of the actual card. I prefer to cut the card just inside that line, so it doesn't show at all. There is a faint, hairline on the center of the card for folding.

Pretty Greeting Cards
I've started using one of these nifty sliding paper cutters for most of my printables that require cutting. I grabbed this one on clearance at Tuesday Morning, but you can get one here on Amazon.

Colorful Envelopes
These free printable birthday cards fit into standard A6 envelopes. I grabbed the above colorful pack of envelopes on Amazon and most of the colors work well with the designs on these cards.

How to Print and Use these Free Printable Birthday Cards:

  • Download these free printable cards here or below (you'll have the opportunity to choose which numbers you'd like).
  • Print these onto cardstock (regular paper will curl up on the edges).
  • Cut out the card just inside the border (to remove the border). 
  • Fold in half on the faint line on the center of the card.
  • Use the handle of your scissors and run it along the fold, to give it a nice, crisp fold.
  • Use these cards inside of standard A6 envelopes. You can even grab the colorful ones, like I used above, here.

Download these Free Printable Birthday Cards:

Birthday Card Download
Download these free printable birthday cards here.

Free Printable Cards

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7 comments:

  1. 16,18,21 birthdays...is there a blank one I could use for these?

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    1. I totally should have thought of a blank one! GAH! I'll work on it today and hopefully have it up in the morning. THANKS!

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    2. I just updated with a neutral version. :)

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  2. What a great idea! It's so hard to find some many of the age-related cards; especially ones that look so pretty, Thanks for another great freebie.

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    1. You're so welcome, Roz! I appreciate your kind words. Thank you so much for stopping by. xoxo

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  3. Another source of card-sized envelopes: when I see the brand rep restocking the card aisles in local stores, I ask him/her for "orphan envelopes." It's amazing how many folks grab a card and leave the envelope. The reps pull those and replace ALL of them with envelopes that match the new stock. Last time I got over 50 envelopes -- brights, pastels, decorated, plain -- FREE. Each rep has also either given me her name or written on the bag so I can show it to the cashier as an authorized freebie. Great for when the grandkids and I make cards. Also wonderful for when I mess up addressing an envelope... I can simply find an orphan envelope and start over :) When I get the jumbled envelopes home, I sort them by size, then color.

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