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Woodland Wall Art

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Round up your coloured cardstock and bonus templates for our easy woodland scene

Woodland Wall Art

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Whilst this may look like a paper cutting that took hours to create, it really couldn’t be any easier. Our talented designer Corinne Bradd has created 15 templates for you to download, transfer onto your Brother ScanNCut machine and set to cut out. It’s that simple! You can then enjoy positioning and layering the shapes to create a stunning woodland composition. We love the mix of dusky background shades and foliage in vibrant colours – there’s lots of fun to be had cutting the templates from various tones and textures, so download yours and give it a go today.

You Will Need:
Templates or SVGs files
Brother ScanNCut CM900 machine
Cardstock, various colours

Die-cut Woodland Display
1. Take 21cm x 30cm of light blue card to use as a background. Trim a narrow frame from two shades of purple card, 21cm x 30cm, then stick together. Trim a 7cm circle from yellow card and fix it in the top-right corner of the background.

2. Cut two tree silhouettes from lilac card. Glue one to the background and the other to the left of it with 3D foam pads. Cut foliage, flower and toadstool shapes from purple and green card.

3. Adhere ivy leaves to the left of the design and vines of leaves on the right. Layer the foliage, flowers and mushrooms along the bottom edge of the background using 3D foam pads to add dimension.

4. Place the frame over the design and fix in place with 3D foam pads. Use your templates to cut different sized flowers from cream, purple and pink card. Curl each petal, then arrange in clusters, allowing them to overlap the frame.

 

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