1. Using black ink stamp 3 baubles onto white card, (arrange close together so they will show through an 8cm aperture). Outline with a light grey marker pen.  Adhere stamped panel to centre of 6x6 white card blank (fold across top).
  2. Using the red ink from the box, stamp 3 bows and the 3 baubles again onto scrap white card, colour with alcohol markers and cut out. Apply glitter glue and leave to dry.
  3. Cut a 14cm square of red glitter card, a 12.5cm square of pattern paper, and a 12.5cm square of white card.
  4. If you have circle nesting dies then cut an 8cm dia. circle in the centre of the red card. A 9cm dia. circle in the white card and a 10cm dia. circle in the pattern paper.  (If you don’t have dies then just layer up the squares of glitter card and pattern paper, omitting the apertures)
  5. Use 3D foam pads to adhere the red glitter aperture panel to card front, the baubles should show through centre.  (use a black pen if you need to extend the bauble strings).  Adhere the pattern paper aperture panel onto the white card panel and then onto the red glitter card panel.  The layers should show through evenly.
  6. Use 3D foam pads to add the coloured baubles to card front, and add a stamped red bow to the tops.
  7. Using the red ink stamp the ‘Noel’ sentiment onto white card, when dry cut out and add to card front at bottom right of aperture.
  8. To finish, decorate card front with red and green sequins, adhered with a clear drying glue.

*If you don’t have circle dies or prefer not to create the graduated aperture, then simple cut mats of glitter card and pattern paper and add your stamped bauble panel to the top.*


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"I am a passionate papercrafter. I have also had my cards and projects published in magazines and was absolutely thrilled to be crowned Cardmaker of the Year 2016 by my favourite magazines! I have been 'crafting' for quite a few years now and always made my own greetings cards for family and friends. I do love playing and experimenting with all sorts of crafty materials. Papercrafting has always been my passion"