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Learn how to make this adorable, technically inventive make from the Peppermint Kisses collection here.
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YOU WILL NEED:
Patterned papers: Kaisercraft Peppermint Kisses 12” x 12”, Peppermint Kisses 6.5” x 6.5”
Dies: Kaisercraft Festive Card Frames; square, stitched square
Stamps: Kaisercraft Peppermint Kisses
Embellishments: Kaisercraft Peppermint Kisses Sticker Book, Curios, Collectables, Wooden Flourish
Embossing powder, white
1 Trim white card to 17cm x 18cm, then score down the long side at 6cm and valley fold. Cover the front and inside panels with mint green paper. Trim dark green foliage paper, 10.5cm x 15.5cm, layer on red foliage paper and adhere inside.
2 Snip red foliage paper to 4.5cm x 15.5cm. Stamp and emboss present shapes on it with white embossing powder. Layer onto dark green foliage paper and adhere to the front panel.
3 Die cut an 8cm stitched square in mint green paper then a 6cm square through it to create a frame. Add a reindeer in the frame, trimming to fit, then fix dark green foliage behind it with 3D foam pads.
4 Adhere the frame towards the top of the card front. Attach a sentiment, wooden poinsettias and mistletoe embellishments in the bottom-left and top-right corners. Create a jingle bell bow and attach by the sentiment, finishing with silver gems.
YOU WILL NEED:
Cardstock, various colours
Adhesives: glue, double-sided tape, 3D foam pads
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