You make a cutesy card with the perfect saying to cover your oops!
This card that features the Something Fancy Cling Stamp Set (English)  and the adorable Zoo Crew 12" X 12" Designer Series Paper  is here to help you!
I mean what could be better than stretching out a birthday celebration? And, these adorable characters from the Zoo Crew 12" X 12" Designer Series Paper  really give it a light-hearted and, "please forgive me!" feel!
The patchwork design is super easy to create and a fun way to show off the many designs in our Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper collections. And, you can get the details with the measurements for this technique right here on Ink and Inspirations.
Here are the supplies used for this belated birthday card idea. Just click the links to get an up-close look at the products.
- Something Fancy Cling Stamp Set (English) 
- Basic Black 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock 
- Basic White 8 1/2" X 11" Cardstock 
- Zoo Crew 12" X 12" Designer Series Paper 
- Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad 
- Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Refill 
- Black & White 1/4" Gingham Ribbon 
- Multipurpose Liquid Glue 
- Mini Glue Dots 
- Paper Trimmer 
- Paper Snips 
- Bone Folder 
You probably have most of these items in your supplies so all the "extra" you will need so grab that pack of the Zoo Crew 12" X 12" Designer Series Paper  and Black & White 1/4" Gingham Ribbon  to create your own card. Of course, you will need the Something Fancy Cling Stamp Set (English)  for that perfect, belated wish sentiment.
If you'll look closely, I just fussy cut around the sentiments and black layer backing for the inside and outside of the card. And, the animals are just fussy-cut from the designer paper. I love how these little animals are mostly black and white with a pop of color!
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Gather your supplies and start creating! You will be ready with that belated birthday card when you "forget" to mail in time!