Let your dies do the talking with Keren Baker’s floral birthday card. Pairing black and white with rainbow hues, create an eye-catching greeting in minutes with the help of your trusty dies. For the sentiment, be sure to cut it twice, then layer together ensuring they are offset in order to achieve a clever shadow effect.
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YOU WILL NEED:
Dies: Altenew Pattern Motif, Sugar Pea Designs Happy Birthday Script
Paper Pad, My Favorite Things Keep Me In Stitches
Cardstock: white, black
Adhesives: glue, 3D foam pads
1. Mount black card onto a 14.5cm square white blank. Die cut florals from rainbow striped paper and layer onto white. Fix to the card using foam pads at an angle.
2. Trim a square from white card and a slightly smaller square from black, then layer together. Die cut a sentiment from black and white card. Offset them slightly and adhere to the square. Attach to the card with 3D foam pads.
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