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Festive forest scene card

Christmas cards Christmas crafts Card Making

Walk into a winter wonderland with this stunning scene card by Sarah Jackman Read. With Christmas fast approaching it’s time to create those festive makes. If you’re looking for something a little more special for your loved ones then why not recreate these sparkly, snowy scenes? With some simple card folding techniques you can create winter wonderlands that your recipients will love.

Festive forest scene card

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You will need: Craft essentials, Paper collection, Hackney & Co Winter Wonderland, Stamps, docrafts Create Christmas Contemporary Sentiments, Dies: ovals, squares, circles, tree, Ink pad, clear embossing , Embossing powder, silver, Glitter card, Acetate, Jingle bells

1. Take a 14.5cm square tent-fold white blank. Cover the front with glitter and patterned paper, then die cut a 10cm square through it towards the top. Stick acetate at the top behind the aperture, then decorate with silver gems.

2. Die cut a tree from glitter card and fix it behind the aperture to the left. Die cut an 8cm square through a 14cm square of patterned paper. Adhere the panel behind the aperture with 3D foam pads.

3. Trim patterned tree paper into a 10cm square and fix a torn strip of contrasting paper along the bottom. Stick a deer to the left with 3D foam pads, then attach the panel to the back of the 8cm aperture. Take two strips of 13cm x 5cm white card, then score 1cm down one end of each piece to create a flap. Stick double-sided tape to the tabs.

4. Decorate the strips up to the scored line using decorative paper and glitter card. Attach the finished strips to the bottom of the card front. Stick ribbon, a ‘Let it snow’ sentiment and paper motifs to the greeting. Thread a bell with twine and fix to the front strip.

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