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Sarah Jackman Read’s characterful cards are made all the more enjoyable with issue 133’s free Treetop Adventures papers!
1 Trim white card, 17cm x 30cm, then score down from the long side at 10cm and 20cm across. Mark 7cm up from the bottom on the left-hand side then draw a line to the top corner on the right-hand side. Cut along the line, then remove the top piece of card.
2 Round off the bottom-left and top-right corners with a punch, then fold into a zig-zag so the shortest part of the card is at the front. Cover each panel with sloth and floral papers layered onto lime green card. Trim yellow flowers and adhere across the top of the card at the back.
3 Cut out and secure our ‘Take it slow’ sentiment to the front with 3D foam pads. Fix a strip of leaf paper underneath, then add flower gems around the sentiment. Add lime brads onto the front corners. Cut out trees and a sloth, then adhere behind the sentiment.
Download your FREE Treeptop Adventures papers today – there’s eight to enjoy!
You will need:
Canson watercolour card 300gsm
Stamps: Altenew’s Bod Blossom, Antique Linen
Zig Clean Colour brush pens: Geranium Red, Carmine Red, Wine Red
Gansai Tambi 36 Watercolour pans no 43, no 64
YOU WILL NEED:
Dies: Crafter’s Companion Gemini Expressions Cascade Down Alphabet, Cascade Right Alphabet
Embossing folder, Xcut Tiny Hearts 6” x 6”
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Templates from papercraftermagazine.co.uk
Wooden coffee stirrers
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