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Three BONUS Projects To Make With Your Issue 106 Free Gift

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There’s something in the air and we’re feeling generous, so with issue 106 you lucky readers snag not only gorgeously detailed bunny and heart dies, but also three nesting hexagons! They’re all really useful additions to your stash and we hope you love them as much as we do. Colette Smith has used them to create an inspiring collection of Easter greetings, tags and decorations – check out the rest of on pages 17-21 of the magazine! PaperCrafter 106 is on sale now, so grab your copy and let’s see what you make with your FREE gift!

Three BONUS Projects To Make With Your Issue 106 Free Gift

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Spring Topiary
1 Use the heart die to cut from pink, orange and medium green card, plus three pale green shapes. Inlay the small pink, orange and medium green details into each pale green outline.
2 Matt pale blue card, 7.5cm x 15.5cm, onto the top of an 8cm x 18cm blank. Cut a narrow 12cm strip of brown card, then glue in the centre with the hearts down the length to form a topiary.
3 Snip a small pot shape from pink card plus a bow from orange, then stick over the base of the brown strip using 3D foam pads. Add a sentiment to the white space at the bottom.

Bunny Tag
1 Layer an 8cm long bright pink egg shape onto the centre of a 10cm white one.
2 Die cut one bunny from white card, plus another from aqua, then inlay the aqua detailing into the white outline.
3 Stick to the pink egg. Punch a hole in the top and thread with pink twine. Add a large aqua bow to the egg to finish.

Lemon Tag
1 Trim an 8.5cm wide hexagon from white card, then layer yellow patterned paper on top.
2 Arrange six 2.5cm wide white die-cut hexagons around one yellow one to form a flower.
3 Punch a hole in one corner, thread with yellow twine, then tie in a bow. Finish with a gem in the centre.

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