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Stencilled Flamingo Card

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Resident crafter Sarah Jackman Read trials a beautiful stencilled card using issue 149’s Crafter’s Companion 12-piece die set – give it a go!

Stencilled Flamingo Card

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YOU WILL NEED:
PaperCrafter Issue 149 gift, Crafter’s Companion die set
Ink pads: pink, blue
Stencil paste
Die-cutting machine
3D foam pads

METHOD:
1. Mount navy paper onto a white blank, 13cm square. Trim two pieces of white card to 11cm square, then die cut flowers from one piece to use as a stencil. Rub pink ink all over the other and leave to dry.

2. Lay the stencil on top and rub blue ink through the flowers. Apply white stencil paste on top, remove the stencil, then leave to dry. Mount onto white and attach to the greeting with 3D foam pads.

3. Die cut a flamingo from lilac and white, layer the pieces together and adhere with 3D foam pads. Add a die-cut parrot in the top-right corner.

4. Embellish the card with small die-cut flowers and silver gems. Die cut ‘Wishes’ from black and snip to say ‘Wish’. Layer onto white and trim. Glue to the bottom-left with three gems. 

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