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Tuesday, 5 January 2016

A Nice Cuppa Mothers Day Card Stampin Up! UK

The card I am sharing with you today would be a great Mothers Day Card for adults, teenagers and kiddies alike. Quick and simple with a little stamping and Die Cutting and that is it! And small is the new Big didn't you know he he
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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Watch the Video Below

  •    Trim a piece of Thicker Whisper Cardstock to 20 x 10 cms; score the long side at 10 cms; fold and burnish
  •    Using the Mint Macaron Classic Ink Pad and the Cup stamp from the A Nice Cuppa Stamp Set, stamping onto a scrap of regular Whisper White Cardstock
  •    Die cut the cup using the Cups & Kettles Framelits Dies; then die cut the scallop trim using a scrap of Tip Top Taupe Cardstock
  •     Attach the die cut scallops to the cup using the Fine Tip Glue Pen
  • Trim a piece of Whisper White Cardstock to 9.2 x 9.2 cms
  •    Stamp the 'Worlds Best Mother' sentiment using Tip Top Taupe Classic Ink Pad onto the white panel and mount the cup so it butts up to the sentiment, using Stampin Dimensionals
  •    Wrap around some Mint Macaron Bakers twine from the new Bakers Twine Combo Pack, and tie a bow
  • Mat (layer) onto a piece of Tip Top Taupe Cardstock using Fast Fuse or Tombow Adhesive
  •    Mount onto the card front using Stampin Dimensionals

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