We wish ewe a very merry Christmas with this sweet sheep greeting
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Kitty Frampton shows you how to use dies and stamps to create a baa-rilliant three step greeting. Raid your craft stash for paper and card in traditional reds, merry greens and snowy white to create a festive feel. Personalise this simple design by changing the sentiment and swapping the character for a motif or animal that your recipient will love.
Paper collection, Lawn Fawn Snow Day
Stamps, Lawn Fawn Baaah Humbug
Dies: Die-namics Double Stitched Circle STAX; My Favorite Things Tree Lines
Pens, alcohol markers
Create a 10.5cm x 14.5cm top-folding white blank. Matt a 9.5cm x 13.5cm panel of red snowflake paper onto red card, leaving a border. Wrap baker’s twine around the base several times and secure the ends to the back. Attach the section to the blank using 3D foam pads.
Die cut a stitched circle from turquoise snow paper and another from white. Die cut the white piece using the Tree Lines die and glue to the turquoise. Die cut tree lines from green, trim off the trees and glue them to the circle. Attach the panel onto the blank front with 3D foam pads, then add a line of glitter glue across the snow hill.
Stamp the sheep, hat and Christmas list onto white card and colour with alcohol pens. Cut each piece out, assemble together and fix in place using 3D foam pads. Stamp a sentiment onto white, mount to red and adhere to the blank. Add a baker’s twine bow to the bottom-left.
YOU WILL NEED:
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