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Button, balloon, hot air balloon, kids, birthday card


Spare buttons can be used as inspiration for many crafts. These colourful buttons have been used to create a hot air balloon birthday card.

Time: 15 minutes
Age: 5-10's, Over 10's
Level: Easy



Button, balloon, hot air balloon, kids, birthday card


Materials
Blue card
White paper
Fine black pen
Glue
Buttons

Method
Lay out your buttons and decide where you want them on your card. Remember to leave space underneath each one for the basket.



Button, balloon, hot air balloon, kids, birthday card



Button, balloon, hot air balloon, kids, birthday card


Cut fluffy cloud shapes from white paper.
Glue down the buttons and paper clouds.
Using a fine black own, draw on a basket and ropes for each hot air balloon.



Button, balloon, hot air balloon, kids, birthday card


Categories
#Easy
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Buttons
#Hot Air Balloon
#Birthday Card
#Greeting Card
#Up In The Air
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Thank you for a great idea Claire! My daughter and I made a very similar card for a one year old birthday! Janine
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