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Our Issue 110 Designer for the Day

Card making Die cutting Papercraft Papercrafter Card Making

This month’s Designer for the Day is Charleen Mcnally with her stunning and cheerful greetings card.

Our Issue 110 Designer for the Day

Craft essentials
First Edition Paper Flowers paper pad
Mirri card
Dies: Tattered Lace Pearl Doily, Heartfelt Creations Regal Borders and Pockets, Circle Nesting
Sentiment stamp
Versamark ink pad
Black embossing powder

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1. Stick patterned paper and mirri card onto a card base.
2. Using 13.9cm x 14.6cm of mirri card and die cut regal borders along the top and bottom of the longest sides.
3. Repeat the above step, using one of the co-ordinating background cut dies. Using 3D foam pads, fix the panel to the card base.
4. Cut a strip of mirri card, 5.10cm x 13.9cm. Matt decorative paper onto the strip, then attach to the middle of the previous die-cut. 
5. Die cut the Pearl Doily from mirri card. Fix to the centre of the greeting base using 3D foam pads. Use a circle nesting die that fits within the pearl doily die-cut, then cut patterned paper out of it. Die cut mirri card from the next size down.
6. Stamp and heat emboss a sentiment onto the mirri card. Adhere to card using 3D foam pads, then embellish.

TIP: When it comes to applying your sentiment, use an anti-static pad prior to stamping and heat embossing. This will prevent the embossing from clinging to unwanted parts of the card.

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