Deb El­lis has used this Lit­tle Book from Hunky­dory for some su­per-sweet makes

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Deb El­lis cre­ates sweet colour­ful cards and gift boxes

Keep­ing it sim­ple

Use the Lit­tle Book images to cre­ate easy one-layer top­pers, per­fect for post­ing! Co­or­di­nate your card with colours from your cho­sen im­age for a pro­fes­sional fin­ish. Play with dif­fer­ent shapes to make the de­sign more special and in­ter­est­ing, too.

The present mo­ment

Don’t just stop at cards – make some­one feel ex­tra special with a lit­tle gift pre­sented in a hand­made box! Cut out the images and raise them us­ing sticky foam pads to add some di­men­sion and dec­o­ra­tion to the box lid. Add a sen­ti­ment to com­plete your de­sign.

Layer upon layer

Use sev­eral sheets of the same im­age to cre­ate cards with mul­ti­ple dé­coupage lay­ers. This one is per­fect for any lit­tle girl, and the ex­tra di­men­sion brings the art­work to life. Use sticky foam pads to raise smaller pan­els of the back­ground pa­per, too. This is an easy but ef­fec­tive way to add in­ter­est to your cards, without de­tract­ing from the main im­age.

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