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Fairy Mouse Card

11/06/2019 11:50

  1. Trim a 6x6 card blank down 12cm wide (fold at top).

  2. Trim a piece of pink paper to 10.5cm x 13cm & mat onto a piece of brown paper 11.5cm x 14cm and add to front of card.

  3. Trim a piece of heart paper 11.5cm x 4cm - add across the panel towards the bottom of the card.

  4. Stamp & colour the image using memento ink and alcohol markers - trim the panel to 8cm x 12cm.

  5. Stamp the foilage in various greens around the bottom section of the panel.

  6. Mat the panel onto brown paper 8.5cm x 12.5cm and add to the card using foam pads.

  7. Stamp and colour 3 butterflies. Carefully cut out and add to the card.

  8. Finish off with a sentiment and a few randomly placed gems.

 
 
 
 

 

 

Lyndsey is a very experienced papercraft from Wolverhampton in the UK. See all of Lyndsey's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Stamping Katharine Burchell By Lyndsey Turner

Thanks a Bunch Floral Card

04/06/2019 11:50

  1. Trim a 3 7/8” x 5 1/2” panel of textured cardstock and adhere to an A6 card.

  2. Stamp the flowers onto white cardstock twice using watermark ink and heat-emboss in silver. Colour the flowers using watercolours, then fussy-cut and trim to fit the corners of the card.

  3. Affix the stamped flowers to the card using foam tape to add a bit of dimension.

  4. Trim a strip of white cardstock 5/8” wide, stamp the “Thanks a bunch” sentiment in black and adhere on diagonal onto the card using double-sided tape.

 
 
Floral Falls Stamp
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Laura is a very experienced crafter, from Warwickshire in the UK. See all of Laura's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Stamping Katharine Burchell By Laura Roman

Decorative Tags

28/05/2019 11:50

  1. Both the tags where made in the same way. I used coloured texture paste for the background of the tags. Purple/white on the cup cake tag and blue/white on the truck tag.

  2. I added the texture paste to the tag using an old gift card and swiped it across the tag in different directions to add interest.

  3. I cut all the die cuts out of coloured card and used 3D foam to add dimension.

  4. Then added coloured string to the tag, ready for a present.
 
 
 
Birthday Boy Thinlits Dies
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Katharine is a crafter from the coast of Suffolk in the UK. See all of Katharine's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Katharine Burchell By Katharine Burchell

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