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Landscape Waterfall Card

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Pull the tab on this waterfall greeting and watch as the rectangles slowly turn over and reveal even more loveliness on the reverse. The ribbon directs the recipient, but you could also add a little message saying ‘pull here’ for extra clarity. Kinetic cards are such fun!

Landscape Waterfall Card

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Cardstock: blue, pink
Patterned papers
Decorative gift tag

1. Make a top-folding blue floral blank. Trim blue card, 2cm x 10cm, then glue the ends to the front, 3.5cm from the right-hand side. Trim pink card to 7cm x 20cm, then score at 5cm, 6.5cm, 8cm and 9.5cm. Mountain fold the score lines and fix a tag to the end on the wrong side, ensuring the top of the tag protrudes from the edge.

2. Mount yellow grid paper on top. Feed the tag through the blue strip on the card front. Adhere the other end of the folded pink card on top of the blue strip. Fix yellow motif paper, 4.5cm x 6.5cm, to the first score line. Trim another three pieces of pink card to 5cm x 7cm.

3. Layer yellow motif paper onto one and yellow grid paper onto the other two. Adhere the grid panel next to the second score line, then secure the other panels next to the remaining score lines. Trim a sentiment to 4cm x 6cm and fix to the grid panel on the left. Add toppers to the other three panels. Thread ribbon through the tag and finish with gems.

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