This card is really simple to make, it combines a couple of the Die'sire create-a-card dies to show how they can mix and match, along with the Hobbybase bunting die and some distress inks.

1. To start, from some silver card stock cut the border of the Die'sire create-a-card hallelujah die to make a frame.

2. From some white card stock cut the Die'sire create-a-card scenic village, and surrounding the village cut the border from the hallelujah card so it will line up with your silver layer.

3. Next create a sky/land background from some white card stock using your distress inks.

4. Colour the village scene with your distress inks, no need to be too precise, just make sure you use some poppy colours that will stand out from the background you just coloured.

5. Cut a 6x6 square of some really sparkly silver paper and layer this onto you 6x6 card

6. Using a slightly smaller square cut the sky/land background, the village screen surrounded with hallelujah frame, and the hallelujah frame in the silver card stock

7. On top of you 6x6 card with the really sparkly background start layering up, first place the sky/land background, then the village scene cutout and then the silver hallelujah frame.

8. To complete our card, from some holographic card cut the third smallest Hobbybase bunting die, and from some white cards stock cut the 2nd smallest of these dies.

9. In order to blend the card together, choose similar colours you used in your background colouring and ink up a chosen stamp (make sure it will fit) and stamp on the white section of your bunting.

10. Finally place this onto your card front... and Voila :)

Bunting Vintage Die

HBV006

Scenic Village Die Set

DS-CAD-SCE

Hallelujah Die Set

DS-CAD-HAL

Silver Mirri Card

MCD24

Distress Ink Set #10

TDPK40408

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