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Make papercrafts that stand out using this nifty technique

What you need...
  • Card: white, pink
  • Patterned paper, Make and Create, Pastel Days
  • Die, Thinlits Paper Cuts Alphabet
  • Stamps, Uniko, Happy Succulents
  • Ink, Catherine Pooler, Aquatini
  • Nuvo Alcohol Markers
  • Nuvo Drops, Dandelion Yellow
  • Nuvo Pen, Glitter Gloss
  • Embellishments
  • Adhesives
instructions
  1. Letter Greeting - 1 Make a pink card blank, 14.5cm x 19cm. Trim white slightly smaller, then cut a rectangle from the middle so that it resembles a frame. Die-cut the sentiment from white card, and trim thin pieces from white as shown.

    2 Adhere the top of each letter onto the thin strips, and place them within the aperture Use a craft mat with guidelines to line up your letters. Add patterned paper to the card blank, then the sentiment using foam pads.

    3 Using Aquatini ink, stamp the succulents and leaves, then cut out and colour with alcohol markers. Arrange onto the card using foam pads, add little hearts and gloss glitter to give it sparkle, then add Nuvo Drops to finish.

  2. Mini Notebook - 1 Using patterned paper, cover a notebook, 7.5cm x 9.5cm. Attach leftover letters, ensuring some of them overhang around the sides, then trim as shown.

    2 Stamp, cut out and colour the succulent stamps and adhere to the notebook, then add Nuvo Drops to finish.

  3. Floral Tag - 1 Take a striped tag, 7.5cm x 16cm, and trim a slightly smaller shape from white card. Use the alphabet die to cut the letters from the white tag and glue to the base, then cut a strip from pink and affix.

    2 Stamp, colour and cut out succulents and leaves, and arrange onto the tag, then add a heart shape on top. Punch a hole in the top of the tag, thread ribbon through and tie with twine. Add Nuvo Drops over the tag to finish.

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