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Want to make a super easy birthday card for a friend? This greeting by PaperCrafter designer Colette Smith couldn’t be more simple.
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Craft essentials, docrafts Folk Floral collection
It uses docrafts’ new Folk Floral range that is perfect for girly greetings and pretty papercraft projects. We’ve got a whole host of exclusive designs for you to try in issue 86 of PaperCrafter magazine, on sale 28th August 2015, plus here is an extra design for you to try tonight. Don’t forget to share photos of your makes with us, we’d love to see!
Like this? Check out more Folk Floral cards by Colette in issue 86 of PaperCrafter
• Matt an 11.5cm deep strip of mustard floral paper across a 12cm square blank, then add a 5cm x 12cm strip of lilac card across the centre.
• Stick the A3 layer from the ‘Laugh’ decoupage pack onto white card and cut out, leaving a 1mm border. Add selected flowers and ‘Love’ from the A4, A5 and A6 layers.
• Stick the flower panel to the left of the blank on the lilac section. Add a cream lace bow to the right of the floral panel.
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