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Our Issue 104 Designer for the Day

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This month’s Designer for the Day is Carolyn Fielding and we adore the feminine, subtle palette she’s chosen to create her project.

Our Issue 104 Designer for the Day

YOU WILL NEED
Craft essentials (see p94)
Crafter’s Companion Signature Collection English Country Garden paper pad
Fiskars Lace border punch
Dies: hexagon, butterflies, rose
Ink pads: brown, blue, pink
Blending tool
Pearls

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. Trim pink patterned paper to 14.5cm square and use a lace border punch to add a decorative edge to each corner. Brush pink ink onto each side of the panel and adhere to a 15cm square blank.
2. Die cut seven hexagons from patterned paper and one larger from blue paper. Ink the edges of each with a co-ordinating colour. Adhere the large hexagon to the centre of the greeting and add six smaller ones around it.
3. Use 3D foam pads to position the last hexagon onto the large central one. Die cut and ink seven roses and add one on top of each shape. Create two small and one large butterfly and stick to the greeting.
4. Add pearls to the bodies of the butterflies to finish.

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