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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Tin of Cards for Everything Eleanor With a Striped Scallop Overlay & a touch of Lace Stampin Up UK

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  1. Tim a piece of Kraft  Cardstock to 30 x 10.5 cms; Score at 14.8 cms; Fold & Burnish
  2. Trim a piece of Rose Red Cardstock to 14.4 x 10.1 cms & mat onto the card base
  3. Trim a piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock to 14 x 9.7 cms, stamp with the large flower in the Everything Eleanor Stamp Set.
  4. Add some Venetian Lace Trim across the centre of the panel
  5. Die cut the Striped Scallop Thinlet Die using Sahara Sand Cardstock; Adhere to the card front using the Fine Tip Glue Pen.
  6. Sta,p the large label stamp onto a piece of Sahara Sand Cardstock using Tip Top Taupe ink pad. Fussy cut around the label; mat onto a piece of Rose Red Cardstock, and Fussy Cut around the label,
  7. Stamp the 'Just Because' sentiment from the Tin of Cards Stamp Set in Tip Top Taupe ink onto a scrap of Very Vanilla Cardstock; Punch out using the XL Oval Punch
  8. Using the Tip Top Taupe Stampin Write Marker with the fine nib end, add faux stitches around the edge of the oval label. Layer up the Labels using Stampin Dimensionals and add to the card front.
  9. Stamp two more large flowers and fussy cut them out with your paper snips, add to the front os your card
  10. Add an In Colour Blossom Accent resin flower with a drop of Chrystal Effects; finish with a few basic rhinestones

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