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Christmas crafting wouldn’t be the same without a touch of glitz! That’s why we’re loving Dovecraft’s Time To Sparkle paper pad. Corinne Bradd uses this luxurious coordinating paper collection to achieve stunning festive greetings which you can craft below. These metallic and magical greetings, featuring glitter accents are guaranteed to wow your loved ones.

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YOU WILL NEED: Craft essentials, Paper collection: Dovecraft Time to Sparkle, Dies: snowflake, reindeer, circle, scalloped circle, Sentiments, Gold peg
PC 1

1 Create a 14cm x 21cm card blank. Cut a 13cm x 20cm panel of gold foiled geometric paper and glue to the centre of the blank.
2 Layer an 8cm x 11cm panel of glitter reindeer paper onto black spotted paper and red card, before adhering to the top left corner. Trim a sentiment from paper and layer in the same way, placing below the reindeers.
3 Punch or die cut three snowflakes from cream card and fix to the centre of three hexagons cut from gold card. Layer these onto red card and trim to leave a narrow border, before arranging them to the right of the reindeer panel.

pc 1

1 Create a 10.5cm x 15cm blank from pink card. Place panels of patterned papers and glitter tape 14cm wide across the card to leave a narrow border all around and across the middle of the card.
2 Hand cut a glitter reindeer from paper and mount onto a 4cm x 4.5cm piece of gold foil paper. Layer this panel onto pink card and black paper, before trimming with glitter tape. Clip the reindeer panel to the top left of the card at an angle with a glitter peg topped with a snowflake motif.
3 Flip the card over and draw around the peg on the reverse. Remove the peg, open the card and cut out the shape with a craft knife. Reassemble so the card is able to open with the peg still in place.

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