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Double Aperture Slimline Card

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Isn’t this double aperture slimline card wonderful? Not only does it feature an adorable character, it also makes great use of the its double aperture approach. Plus, the pastel colours that cover the slimline background are a dream!

Double Aperture Slimline Card

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You will need:
Pebbles Kid At Heart collection: 12” x 12” Paper Pad, Beaded Tassels, Animal Paper Clips, Phrase Ephemera, Clear Stamps, Sticker Book, Puffy Alpha Thickers
Dies, circles
Ink pad, black
Cardstock, white
Punch, hole
Adhesives: 3D foam pads, glue
Die-cutting machine

1. Matt bouquet paper onto a 10cm x 17cm white blank. Snip blue spotty paper to 8cm x 10cm and adhere across the centre, then trim gingham paper to 7cm x 14cm. Die cut two 5cm circles through it, then lay on the card front and draw around the circles with a pencil. Die cut the circles from the card front.

2. Fix acetate behind the circles in the gingham paper, then attach to the greeting with 3D foam pads. Add a circular sentiment to the top circle. Stamp a frog and flowers onto several papers, then paper piece and glue to the bottom circle. Embellish with stickers. Punch a hole on the right-hand side of the greeting, then thread a beaded tassel through and secure striped paper inside.

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