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Framed Sheep Christmas Card

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Stamps and frame dies are a really fun and eye-catching combination as they provide a great focus to your stamped images. Some frame dies are sized to cover up your entire card front, whilst others are handy smaller frames, but all will give you endless possibilities for your card designs. Starting a greeting with a frame die gives you instant inspiration as you stamp and colour your images to fit.

Framed Sheep Christmas Card

YOU WILL NEED:
Paper collection, First Edition Christmas Wishes
Dies: My Favorite Things Die-Namics Stitched Rounded Rectangle, Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Film Strip, Lawn Fawn Baaah Humbug
Stamps, Lawn Fawn Baaah Humbug
Ink pad, black
Glossy Accents
Alcohol markers

METHOD:
1. Take a 10.5cm x 13.5cm side-folding blank, then stick 10cm x 13cm of red tartan paper to the front. Die cut an 8.5cm x 12cm Stitched Rounded Rectangle from white card.

2. Stamp fairy lights onto each corner of the rectangle, then colour with markers. Fix the coloured panel to the card front, then add glossy accents to the lights. Adhere 4.5cm x 12.5cm of green patterned paper to the centre of the card.

3. With black ink stamp ‘All I want for Christmas is ewe’ above and below the paper. Die cut a Film Strip from white card. Stamp three sheep, a scarf, knitting needles and a bow onto white card, then colour with markers.

4. Stick a sheep in each aperture, then trim away any excess from the edges. Adhere the frame to the green area on the greeting with 3D foam pads. Add the scarf, knitting needles and bow to the sheep.

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