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Issue 151 Designer For The Day

Die cutting Easter cards Easter crafts How to Papercraft Papercrafter Stamping Techniques Projects

Charlotte’s make resembles her general attitude – full of pep and positivity. Featuring cutesy rabbit motifs, a striking zig-zag design and a sentiment sure to raise a smile on any recipient’s face, we’re utterly obsessed with the sheer joy to be found in this greeting. That joy extends to our Q&A below where Charlotte explains why crafting is so essential to her.

Issue 151 Designer For The Day

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YOU WILL NEED:
Stamps, Time For Tea Designs Some Bunny Loves You
Dies, Crafter’s Companion Elements Stitch Edge Square
Patterned papers, Crafters Companion Crafty Fun Collection
Card, white
Marker pens

METHOD:
1. Cut white card to 10cm x 19cm, then layer with multicoloured zig-zag paper. Die cut three stitched-edge 4cm squares from different coloured papers. Die cut three stitched-edge squares with the slightly larger die, then die cut through it with the smaller die to create a frame.

2. Fix the frames to the coloured squares, then mount each section onto the greeting with double-sided tape. Stamp bunny motifs onto white card, colour in, then cut out. Attach each motif to a square with 3D foam pads.

3. Print individual parts of the sentiment onto strips of white, cut to size, then adhere beside each frame to complete.

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