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Craft for the new arrival with Sarah Jackman Read’s ultra cute easel greeting
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YOU WILL NEED:
Patterned paper, Pebbles Night Night 12” x 12”
Embellishments: Pebbles Night Night ephemera, puffy stickers, foil repeat stickers
Punches: corner rounder, scalloped border
1. Create a 13cm square top-folding blank and round off the bottom corners with a punch. Score and fold the front in half to create an easel card. Rounding off the bottom corners, trim striped paper and yacht paper to 5.5cm x 12cm and mount both onto kraft card. Attach to each front panel.
2. Matt gingham paper, 5.5cm x 12cm, onto kraft card, rounding off the corners. Adhere to the base with 3D foam pads. Add a punched scalloped border and secure a strip of striped paper along the top.
3. Fix a sentiment to the base with 3D foam pads, then add stickers and a twine bow either side of it. Die cut three ovals from script paper and secure each shape along the top of the card with 3D foam pads.
4. Die cut a smaller oval from star paper, attach to the middle oval with 3D foam pads and secure a yacht puffy sticker on top. Add toppers to the remaining two ovals with 3D foam pads.
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