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We whisk you a merry Christmas, we whisk you a merry… sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves. The brilliant Becki Clark has designed these baking-inspired Christmas papers, because lots of us love kneading, mixing and sifting delicious seasonal treats. Your digital pack includes seven prints, ten sentiments and a bonus sheet of toppers – winning! Be inspired by our selection of projects below. Apologies in advance if your mouth waters!

Inverted corner nesting dies and punches are such a great thing to have in your stash, as Sarah Jackman Read expertly demonstrates here. She’s used them on every project, even a gift bag and gift card holder, proving their versatility. Other than that, you’ll need just a few supplies and your brand new papers of course. Happy making!


Inverted Easel Christmas Card
1. Make a 13cm square top-folding coral blank. Score and fold the front in half to create an easel card. Die cut a 13cm inverted square from coral card, then an 11cm one in checked paper. Matt together.

2. Cut out three cakes, a star and tree. Fix across the bottom of the checked paper, trimming to fit. Attach a sentiment and gingerbread man on top with 3D foam pads.

3. Trim coral card to 6cm x 13cm and cake paper to 5cm x 12cm. Use an inverted corner punch on the patterned panel, then layer up and secure to the base with 3D foam pads. Snip a line of icing and fix across the centre. Attach one of our sentiments to the base with 3D foam pads.

4. Adhere the square to the front panel under the fold, then tuck behind the base panel. Secure a mini bow to the gingerbread man, before completing with adhesive gems.


DIY Christmas Gift Bag
1. Die cut two 12cm inverted squares from coral card, then two 11cm ones in gingerbread man paper. Adhere the paper squares onto the card ones. Trim green card to 18cm x 26cm.

2. Score down from the long side at 8cm and 18cm. Score 1cm across the top and bottom, then valley fold all score lines. Make cuts across the top and bottom up the score lines, before fixing to the inside of the squares to make a bag.

3. Trim two strips of spotty paper, 1.5cm x 19cm, then layer onto green card. Adhere to the top of the bag in loops to create handles. Attach ‘Season’s wishes’ on the left-hand side with 3D foam pads.

4. Cut out a large gingerbread man and glue one end of baker’s twine to the back of his head. Loop around a handle, then secure the other end to his head. Add a tree in the bottom-left corner. Finish with adhesive gems and a mini bow.


Overhang Christmas Card
1. Cut green card to 16cm x 18cm, then score down from the long side at 6cm and valley fold. Trim cake paper, 11cm x 15cm, and icing paper to 5cm x 15cm. Use an inverted corner punch on all corners of both panels, before adhering to the front and inside.

2. Die cut our ‘We whisk you a merry Christmas’ sentiment into a 9cm inverted corner square, then green card into a 10cm one. Matt together and fix to the left of the card front with 3D foam pads so it sits centrally. Snip a line of icing and attach inside on the right.

3. Trim a cake and whisk, then secure in the top-right corner of the square with 3D foam pads. Snip a cupcake, bowl and rolling pin. Stick in the bottom-left corner with 3D foam pads. Adhere a mini bow to the cupcake, then finish with adhesive gems.


Christmas Gift Card Holder
1. Die cut a 13cm inverted square from green card, then a 12cm one in spotty paper, and adhere together. Score and fold in half. Punch corners from green card and fix inside to hold a gift card. Attach a sentiment to the front with 3D foam pads.

2. Layer contrasting paper, 2.5cm x 3.5cm, onto green card. Punch out two corners, then adhere the other end to the back in the centre. Fold the flap over and secure on the front with a Velcro dot.

3. Cut out a star and add an adhesive gem in the centre. Punch a hole through the top, then thread with baker’s twine. Adhere to the top of the sentiment. Add a mini bow on top.

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