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Easy Lego Card

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A timeless toy, Lego is as popular as ever! Make these Lego cards for a birthday party card or invitation.



Finished cards

Time: 5 minutes (each card)
Age: 5-10's, over 10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Heavy craft paper or cardstock in various colours
Pop-dot adhesives (double sided stickers that make the "dots" more 3 dimensional)
Scissors and ruler

Method
Cut one piece of cardstock in half. Fold each half to make your card base.



folded paper

Decide on the size of "Lego dots" you would like on your card. We choose six 3.5 cm dots on each card. Measure out a template and cut it out.
Trace your Lego dots onto coordinating coloured paper. Cut out the dots. To save time here, consider using a scrapbooking circle punch to cut your Lego dots.



tracing

Secure one pop-dot to each circle.



folded paper
Pop-dots can also be found in square form.



folded paper
That's a lot of dots!

Arrange 6 circles on your card in a Lego pattern. Remove the other cover of the pop dot and secure to the card.



placing dots

Place your party information on the inside or put in your birthday greeting to a special friend!



flat card

Categories
#Easy
#5-10's
#Over 10's
#Lego
#Greeting Card
#Birthday Invitation
#Birthday Card
#Paper Craft
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