Make the love of your life smile with this elegant design!
YOU WILL NEED: Craft essentials, BoBunny Charmed Combo Stickers, BoBunny paper pad, Provo Craft Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Afrikan Batik Embossing Folder, Provo Craft Chipboard, fabric flowers, Imagine Crafts Sheer Shimmer Spritz
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1 Cut a piece of kraft cardstock, 14.5cm square, and a piece of rose background paper, 13.3cm square, then matt the rose paper on the kraft and adhere to the blank, leaving an even border on all sides.
2 Trim a 5.5cm x 13.5cm piece of pink paper. Emboss with the African Batik embossing folder. Stick to the top of the rose paper.
3 Snip card, 2.2cm x 13.3cm, and patterned paper, 2cm x 5cm. Matt the patterned paper on the kraft and adhere to the card, covering the seam.
4 Cut the sentiment circle out of the ‘My Favourite Memories’ sticker and attach to the card in the top-left corner.
5 Attach fabric flowers to the chipboard piece and add pearls to the remainder of the outside border. Fix to the card over the memories sticker.
6 Stick ‘You and Me’ and ‘Forever’ stickers to the centre of the card under the patterned strip. Fix ribbon near bottom of the greeting, then adhere a sticker over the ribbon to the right, adding pearls in a row underneath. Spritz the card with shimmer.
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