Free printable donut birthday card | How About Orange

September 25, 2013

Free printable donut birthday card


This weekend I wandered around Cincinnati and had my first donut from Holtman's. It was fantastic. Today I spotted this very adorable donut balloon project at Studio DIY.

So I was inspired to craft a tasty, donut-themed printable. You could attach this birthday card to a box of donuts or mail a gift card along with it. Or pair it with mini donut sugar cookies using Bakerella's recipe, as a commenter has suggested.

Download the free PDF here.


16 comments:

Grandma G said...

Never heard of Holtman's before, but I think I want to go there next time I come to visit you! ;)

Mum

Unknown said...

Would look totally cute with these mini donut cookies from Bakerella too! http://www.bakerella.com/decorating-doughnuts/

Laura & Family said...

You need to have 5 Ways Chili in Cincinnati if you haven't already! YUM! Thanks for sharing your house redos with us -- looking great!

shouldhavezagged said...

If you ever find your way to Louisville, definitely make a stop at Nord's Bakery. We stopped there this past spring when passing through town after seeing them mentioned in Saveur magazine. It's just an old-fashioned family-run bakery with the friendliest people behind the counter & excellent pastries.

http://www.nordsbakery.biz

Lizabeth said...

I second the Skyline 5 way chili and don't forget about Grater's chocolates and ice cream. Their chocolate chip is awesome; large chunks of chocolate that is semi-soft, not frozen solid! :) And I don't know if the restaurant Rookwood Pottery is still around but I remember that being pretty good too. Same with Lenhardt's Restaurant - good German food down near UC.

Jessica Jones said...

Thanks for the tips! I'm already addicted to Graeter's and I've tried Skyline, but haven't sampled the others!

Kim said...

Super cute! I have a friend who this would be perfect for! I just have to wait for her birthday now ;)

Anonymous said...

I have to ask...how did you make the border on this cute card?

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Sara : Confetti Sunshine said...

You're making me hungry! I love it!

Debie Grace said...

Yay, thank you! :D

Jessica Jones said...

The border--I made the card in Illustrator, and the frame uses a pattern brush so the pattern will scale along with the rectangle. I think this border was a free brush I got somewhere, but you can easily make them yourself, too. Google for a tutorial if you need a how-to.

Tessa White said...

so cute, thanks for sharing x

Tessa White said...

so cute, thanks for sharing x

jill said...

ty!

ingin punya anak said...

thank you for the download link

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