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A simple bicycle card is perfect for a wide range of occasions and is suitable for men, women and children. This sweet and simple greeting by Lara Messer takes no time at all to craft.
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Craft Essentials, Bicycle stamp, Pink ink, Mini brads: pink, yellow
We’ve left it blank so it can be used for birthdays, anniversaries or just to say hello. Follow our instructions below to make this design, and pick up issue 82 of PaperCrafter magazine to see more of Lara’s contemporary cards.
• Cut floral patterned paper to 13.5cm square and adhere to a slightly larger cream blank.
• Using pink ink, stamp a bicycle image onto white card. Cut it out, leaving a narrow border.
• Attach two brads to the centres of the wheels. Attach foam dots to the reverse of the bicycle and fix it to the blank.
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