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Celebrate Fairy Card

20/06/2019 11:50

  1. Attach the pink wand patterned paper to the card base.

  2. Die-cut the celebrate die using gold card.

  3. Die-cut a fairy die using black card and attach to the top of the card.

  4. Brush over the fairy with a wink of stella brush pen.

  5. Stick the gold celebrate sentiment over the fairy.

  6. Stick the gold celebrate sentiment over the fairy.

  7. Attach 3 gold stars to the left of the card to finish.

 
 
 

 

 

Reeda is a relatively new crafter, from South Yorkshire in the UK. See all of Reeda's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Reeda Sardar By Reeda Sardar

Valentines Shaker Card

18/06/2019 11:50

  1. Cut out a 6x6” patterned paper and attach to the front of the base card.

  2. Emboss the red patterned paper using the embossing folder.

  3. Attach the acetate to the back of the heart.

  4. Add foam strips to the back of the acetate.
  5. Add sequins and place in centre of the acetate.

  6. Place the embossed heart over the sequins to secure the shaker section.

  7. Add alphabet stickers which create the words Happy Valentines Day.

  8. Add a strip of washi tape to the bottom of the card front.

  9. Add the wooden heart and the red roses to the side of the card front.

  10. Add pink glitter enamel drops to finish the card.

 
 
 

 

 

Reeda is a relatively new crafter, from South Yorkshire in the UK. See all of Reeda's blog posts and her bio Here

Posted in Cards with Diecuts Katharine Burchell By Reeda Sardar

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.
 
 
 
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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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