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Bonus project: floral card

Card making Papercraft Paper Flowers

You’ll really enjoy making this floral card. Greeting cards have been sent to spread messages of goodwill since the 1400s. We love this notion here at PaperCrafter HQ – you don’t always need a special occasion to send a handmade card!

Bonus project: floral card

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YOU WILL NEED:, Watercolour paints: blue, green, Gems

In fact, you can really brighten up someone’s day with a message of support, good luck wish or gesture of your friendship. This make by Colette Smith is just the thing to give to your friends and family as a delightful pick-me-up.

Find more paper flower ideas in issue 82 of PaperCrafter (on sale 8th May - 4th June 2015)

METHOD: Floral card

Create a subtle watercolour background on an 11.5cm square blank using blue and green paint. Matt a sentiment onto green card, trim and stick to the top right corner of the greeting.

Cut three circles in varying sizes from different colours of floral paper. Cut into spirals and scrunch up. Uncrease the spirals and, starting from the outside, roll into roses, applying a blob of glue to the base to keep the shape.

Trim three leaves from green card, scrunch slightly and glue to the bottom left of the blank. Stick the roses on top. Add a blue ribbon bow and gems to finish.

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