Spring­time makes with… Stephanie Weight­man

Cre­ate and Craft’s Stephanie Weight­man shows you how to cre­ate this stun­ning Tat­tered Lace pro­ject. Tune in to Cre­ate and Craft to dis­cover the latest card­mak­ing and paper­craft prod­ucts.

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Cut, score and fold white card to cre­ate a 130x180mm base card. Us­ing the Tat­tered Lace Vin­tage Over­lace pa­per kit, green script back­ground, cut a 120x170mm rec­tan­gle. Dis­tress the edges and at­tach to the base card with sticky fix­ers.

Use the Tat­tered Lace Peach Sor­bet Rec­tan­gles die set, No.4, to cut a rec­tan­gu­lar shape from white card. Ink around the edges with Peeled Paint Dis­tress Ink. 3

Use the Tat­tered Lace Over­lace Tuck Ins die set to cut three of the same de­sign from white card. Off­set and at­tach two of the tuck ins be­hind the inked rec­tan­gle with sticky fix­ers en­sur­ing they poke out ei­ther side. Off­set and at­tach the third tuck in onto the front of the rec­tan­gle near the top 4

Wrap the bot­tom of the rec­tan­gle with a 110x70mm piece of white lace. At­tach the dec­o­rated rec­tan­gle to the base card. 5

Use the Tat­tered Lace Peach Sor­bet Torn Edge Tags die set, Tag 5, to die-cut a piece of green spot­ted pa­per from the Tat­tered Lace Vin­tage Over­lace Pa­per Kit. Ink the edges with Peeled Paint. Use the Tat­tered Lace With Love and Best Wishes die to cut a sen­ti­ment from sil­ver mir­ror card; at­tach to the tag. Add the tag to the base with sticky fix­ers. 6

Em­bel­lish with Tat­tered Lace Self Ad­he­sive Pearl Flour­ishes and white pearl bead string. Fin­ish with pa­per flowers.

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