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Die-Cut Seagull Card

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This triple-technique seagull card from Colette Smith utilises die cutting, stamping and stencilling to make a spectacular all-occasions card with a circular focal point

Die-Cut Seagull Card

You will need:
Dies: wavy border, circles
Stamps: My Favorite Things Seaside Seagulls
Stencils: Lawn Fawn Cloudy
Ink pads: Ranger Distress Oxide Peacock Feathers, black
Patterned papers
Alcohol markers
Cardstock, various colours
White twine
Adhesives: 3D foam pads, double-sided tape, glue
Die-cutting machine

1. Die cut a white 7.5cm circle. Apply Peacock Feathers distress oxide ink through a cloud stencil towards the top. Cut three 7.5cm circles from different shades of blue. Snip the lightest piece in half and adhere to the stencilled circle.

2. Die cut a wavy section from the top of the other two circles, then layer on top in order of size. Matt the circular panel onto a larger white circle. Stamp, colour and cut out three seagulls and two cloud motifs. Adhere in and around the centrepiece.

3. Matt a white 11cm x 14cm side-folding blank with blue chevron paper. Wrap white twine around the right-hand side multiple times and tie into a bow. Stamp a sentiment onto white and trim into a pennant shape on one end. Fix to the greeting.

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