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Die-cut Valentine’s Day Card

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Easier-than-ever-before cardmaking with the Brother ScanNCut machine. There’s nothing more precious than receiving a Valentine’s Day surprise, especially a handcrafted card, through your letterbox. For a truly heartwarming token, why not try this make out for yourself in three simple steps using the Brother ScanNCut? If you’re pressed for time, you’ve certainly met your match. Simply download the digital cutting files from our website and craft this speedy yet stylish make in minutes.

Die-cut Valentine’s Day Card

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YOU WILL NEED:
Templates from papercraftermagazine.co.uk
Brother ScanNCut CM900 machine

METHOD:
1. At full size, cut one plain heart from pale pink card and one chequered heart from a deeper pink, then layer the two pieces together with 3D foam pads. Create a 14.5cm square blank from pale green and use washi tape to embellish the edges. Fix the heart in the centre.

2. Resize the daisy design to create four sizes, one to 4cm, another to 3.5cm, and the last two to 3cm and 2.5cm wide. Position four of one size in each corner of the layout mat. Place different shades of pink card in the four corners of the cutting mat and cut out. Repeat with four different shades of pink card.

3. Cut several full size leaves from green card. Glue three or four different sized daisies together to make stacked flowers and curl up the petals. Arrange the flowers in clusters around the card placing leaves underneath each one. Fix a flat-backed pearl to the centre of each to complete.

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