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Stitchy Pals Card

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Sarah Jackman Read provides us with an ultra-cute greeting using Crafter’s Companion’s Crafty Fun collection.

Stitchy Pals Card

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YOU WILL NEED:
Patterned papers, Crafter’s Companion Sara Signature Crafty Fun 12” x 12”
Dies: Crafter’s Companion Sara Signature Crafty Fun Hoop Trio; circle
Stamps: Crafter’s Companion Sara Signature Crafty Fun Happiness Is Handmade, Craft Life
Stamps and dies: Crafter’s Companion Sara Signature Crafty Fun Craft Box, Tools Of The Trade
Mirri card
Die-cutting machine

METHOD:
1. Cover a top-folding blank, 10.5cm x 15cm, with blue mirri card. Trim floral paper to 9.5cm x 14cm, cut a diagonal line from the bottom-right corner, then fold the edges back. Fix to the greeting. Stamp and die cut scissors, then secure inside the cut line with 3D foam pads.

2. Trim spotty paper, 5cm x 10.5cm, then glue down the left-hand side of the greeting. Die cut an embroidery hoop from blue mirri card and a 5.5cm circle from blue patterned paper. Adhere the circle to the reverse of the hoop, then attach to the spotty panel with 3D foam pads.

3. Stamp a sentiment onto spotty paper, cut out and fix to the hoop with 3D foam pads. Stamp and die cut thimble and needle motifs and attach above the sentiment with 3D foam pads. Embellish with pearls to complete.

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