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Our Issue 100 Designer for the Day

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This month’s Designer for the Day is Ursula Maclennan and we adore the beautiful shadow box she’s crafted!

Our Issue 100 Designer for the Day

YOU WILL NEED
Craft essentials (see p92)
Enchanted Woodland Collection: 8” x 8” Paper Pad, Die-cut toppers, Sentiments
Circle die
Ink pad: brown

Apply to be our next Designer for the Day by sending an email with your name and address to jessica.elkin@aceville.co.uk

METHOD:
1. Take a 15cm x 24cm piece of white card and use a bone folder to score horizontally at 1.5cm, 3cm, 4.5cm, 19.5cm, 21cm and 22.5cm intervals.
2. Stick floral paper to the central panel of the card between the inner score lines and add a rabbit topper to the middle with 3D foam pads.
3. Cut an 11cm circular frame from glittery paper and position in front of the topper, then adhere with 3D foam pads.
4. Cover a 15cm square piece of card with patterned paper then use a circle die to cut an 11cm aperture in the centre. Ink around the edges with brown ink.
5. Concertina fold the scored lines from step 1 and apply double-sided tape to the tabs. Stick to the reverse of the panel from step 4 and position it so the topper can be seen through the aperture.
6. Trim some flowers and a rabbit from the paper pad, ink the edges and glue to the front of the greeting. Embellish with gold gems and a sentiment.

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