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Girl Power Card

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Join the conversation and send a positive greeting to power someone’s day on 8th March for International Women’s Day. Colette Smith has created a collection of terrific digi stamps for you to download and craft with, including our very own superhero, stars and a ‘You go girl!’ banner.

Get involved with International Women’s Day on social media using the hashtag #PressforProgress

Girl Power Card

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1.Download the superhero, sentiment and star digi stamps from our website. Print them onto card, then trim to a manageable size
Girl Power Card

2.Use marker pens to colour the superhero. Start by applying a flat layer of colour with pink, green and purple
Girl Power Card

3.Apply another layer of colour with markers, adding shading and highlights
Girl Power Card

4.Colour the sentiment banner with green, purple and pink markers to match the superhero
Girl Power Card

5.Trim the banner, stick it to purple card, then trim again to leave a narrow border. Attach one end of a 1cm x 14cm strip of acetate to the back of the banner
Girl Power Card

6.Take a 14cm square of white card. Attach the end of the acetate to the back of it in the top-right so that the banner hangs down the front of the card
Girl Power Card

7.Cover a 15cm square blank with purple card and glue the white card and attached banner centally to it
Girl Power Card

8.Colour the stars with coordinating marker pens and cut them out
Girl Power Card

9.Cut out the girl and stick her to the left of the blank, then fix stars around her. Finish by adding a clear gem to each star
Girl Power Card

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