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Christmas cards are a dime a dozen, and most recipients have already encountered many of your wily tricks and techniques – it always helps to try something new. This bridge card utilise a die-cut as it’s focal element, but it’s lifted to the next level by the choice of (adorable!) motifs and careful ink blending. The perfect project for anyone that’s festive obsessed, and as a bonus, it’s just so fun to make.
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YOU WILL NEED
Dies: Mama Elephant Hilly Neighbourhood
Stamps: Mama Elephant Snow Friend
Ink pads: Tim Holtz Distress Oxide in various colours
Cardstock: various colours
Pens: Nuvo Aqua Shimmer; alcohol markers
Ranger Glossy Accents
Tools: bone folder, ink blending
Adhesives: Stickles Glitter Glue, Stardust; 3D foam pads
1 Trim white card to 12cm x 18cm. Follow the step-by-step opposite to create a bridge blank. Add a line of glitter glue along the bottom edge of the houses and trees.
2 Stamp two snowmen, a robin, holly and animal motifs onto white card. Colour in and trim. Fix along the bottom of the greeting, then secure the holly to the snowman’s hat. Embellish the snowballs on the background with a glitter pen to finish.
YOU WILL NEED:
Cardstock, various colours
Adhesives: glue, double-sided tape, 3D foam pads
1. Score and fold acetate, 5cm x 20cm, in half lengthways to make a blank.…
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