What you find inside the Crabby Birthday Pop Up Card
Imagine sitting on a sunny summer beach. This card has gorgeous ocean blue cover, showing a happy gentleman crab, fish and sea snails.
A red cheerful three-dimensional gentleman crab holding a “Happy birthday” flag banner creates the setting for a fun day on the beach. The above corner of this pop-up card is embellished with the illustration of sea wave.
Inspiration for the Birthday Crab Pop Up Card
We are irresistible to the beauty of ocean. This is a cheeky card to send to a friend living in cold, snowy weather. When it is below freezing, opening this unique design enables you to transport yourself to a warm, sunny holiday with some lovely marine creatures on the beach sand.
Occasions for the Crabby Birthday Pop Up Card
For happy birthdays and summer memories and sunny getaways.
See also our Cancer Zodiac Sign popup card.
Zodiac: Cancer (June 21 – July 22)
Cancer is a water sign. This oceanic crustacean seamlessly weaves between the sea and shore, representing Cancer’s ability to exist in both emotional and material realms. Cancers are highly intuitive, and their psychic abilities manifest in tangible spaces: For instance, Cancers can effortlessly pick up the energies of a room. They are highly sensitive to their environments, as well as extremely self-protective. Much like their celestial spirit animal, Cancers are shielded by hard, external shells. At first, these crabs may be perceived as cold or distant. With time, though, Cancers reveal their gentle nature, genuine compassion, and mystical capabilities. Just don’t be surprised if it takes a while to get to know them.
Cancers attract friends and lovers through their loyalty, commitment, and emotional depth. These crustaceans make excellent hosts and enjoy entertaining with comfort food and free-flowing libations. If you’re not a fan of Cancer’s attachment to the home, that may be a bit of a problem. Though these celestial crabs avoid direct conflict by walking at an angle, they can inflict a harsh pinch with their distinctive brand of passive-aggressiveness. It may be difficult to convince a Cancer to talk openly about what’s bothering them, but if you can do it without making them feel threatened, you’ll build long-lasting trust.