Make the most of your free Christmas Market papers with this adorable festive scene card, featuring an enchanting snowy shaker element.
You will need: Craft essentials, FREE PaperCrafter patterned papers, Glitter paper, Acetate, Glitter, iridescent, Buttons, white, Dies, various circles, Punch, small hole
1 Create a 13cm x 18cm top-folding white blank and cover the front with slightly smaller orange paper. Layer our tree paper, 11.5cm x 16.5cm, onto white glitter paper and adhere on top.
2 Die cut a 9.5cm diameter circle through the card front towards the top, then secure acetate behind the aperture. Run 3D foam pads around the back of the aperture.
3 Trim snowflake paper, 11cm square, then cut out a row of houses and stick across the centre of the aperture. Sprinkle white iridescent glitter on the acetate, peel off the backing from the 3D foam pads, then attach the snowflake paper face down on top.
4 Adhere our stalls print, 4cm x 13cm, beneath the aperture. Wrap blue baker’s twine twice across it, then fix one of our sentiments in the centre with 3D foam pads. Thread blue baker’s twine through a button, tie into a bow and stick to the right.
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