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New Baby Gatefold Card

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Welcome a new addition to the world with Pebbles’ Night Night scrapbook collection. Can you hear the pitter patter of tiny feet? If you’re soon to be celebrating the arrival of a special little one, then we’ve got your cardmaking covered with Pebbles’ latest baby range. Whether it’s a boy or girl, rest assured that there’s plenty of embellishments and prints to suit both. Including ephemera, puffy stickers and much more, Sarah Jackman Read shows you how to up your crafty game with eight positively giddy makes.

New Baby Gatefold Card

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Craft essentials
Patterned paper, Pebbles Night Night 12” x 12”
Embellishments: Pebbles Night Night ephemera, puffy stickers, foil repeat stickers
Die, oval
Punches: corner rounder, scalloped border, floral border

1 Trim white card to 15cm x 24cm and score down the longest side at 6cm and 18cm. Fold the sides inwards to create a gatefold card, then round off the corners with a punch.

2 Cut floral paper to 11.5cm x 14.5cm, round off the corners and adhere to the inside. Trim two panels of pink paper, 5cm x 14cm, and matt onto kraft card. Round off the corners and adhere to the two front panels.

3 Layer two strips of floral paper, 3cm x 6cm, onto gingham paper, ensuring to leave a small border along the top and bottom. Punch four floral borders from kraft card, fix behind each strip and glue to the front panels.

4 Die cut two ovals from contrasting patterned papers and layer up with 3D foam pads. Attach to the left front panel and secure a sentiment topper on top. Glue a pink twine bow below the oval and adhere a sticker to the centre. Stick a butterfly topper to a strip of acetate and fix behind the oval. Finish with a fox puffy sticker in the bottom-left corner.

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