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Winter woodland card

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PaperCrafter designer, Tracey Daykin-Jones, is on hand to show you how to be thrifty with your Christmas crafty! We don’t like to waste a scrap and this stunning project proves that even the unwanted odds and ends from your die-cutting can be transformed into something spectacular. If you’re looking for more ways to use negative die-cuts, head to page 58 in issue 115 of PaperCrafter. 

Winter woodland card

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YOU WILL NEED: Craft essentials, Dies: circle, paisley, heart, snowflake  

1 Cover a 10.5cm x 15cm top-folding blank with red card. Take a 9.5cm x 14cm panel of blue card, round the top corners and adhere a 3.5cm piece of white card to the bottom.
2 Die cut three triangles from the panel. Attach star patterned paper behind the triangular apertures using 3D foam pads, before adhering to the card.
3 Add small brown rectangles to the base of each tree and stick small white glittered stars to the top of each one to finish.

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