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Our Issue 133 Designer for the day

Make your friends and family feel special with PaperCrafter reader Sue Nicholson’s sweet-as-can-be layered card. The soft lilac shades and precious embellishments adorning the front of the greeting are an ideal way to let your loved ones know how you feel about them with a unique design that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression.

Our Issue 133 Designer for the day

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YOU WILL NEED:
Craft essentials
Digi stamp, Patricia Alvarez Kinda Cute
Dies, stitched square nesting
Patterned papers, Lili of the Valley Watercolour Dots Cool Sunset
Ink pads, Distress Oxide Dusty Concord
Promarkers
Punch, flower

METHOD:
1 Create a 14.5cm square blank from white card and matt a slightly smaller piece of white on top of it.

2 Die cut three squares from various patterned papers and white card, starting with the largest and going down in size.

3 Use double-sided tape to stick the four layers together and adhere to the card front, ensuring the white square sits on top.

4 Stamp the Patricia Alvarez kinda cute motif in the centre of the white square using black ink, and colour in using Promarkers.

5 Punch a flower from purple card and apply Distress Oxide ink in Dusty Concord to the edges. Adhere to the top-left and embellish with self-adhesive pearls.


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