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1 At­tach a 125x25mm piece of blue ging­ham pa­per to the bot­tom of a 125mm square of pat­terned pa­per. Die-cut a teapot, three over­lap­ping cups and a string of bunting from the panel. At­tach a dou­ble-sided ad­he­sive sheet be­hind the aper­tures.

2 Die-cut three teapots and five cups from a range of coloured and pat­terned pa­pers. In­lay the die-cut shapes into the aper­tures. Add the neg­a­tive die-cut pieces, as shown.

Die-cut a string of bunting from blue pa­per and in­lay the outer shape into the aper­ture. Die-cut an­other string of bunting from pink pat­terned pa­per and in­lay the coloured flags into the blue bor­der, as shown.

Stamp a sen­ti­ment onto the top left cor­ner of the in­laid panel us­ing a blue ink pad. Layer the panel onto blue pa­per, then at­tach to a 148mm square white base, to fin­ish.

In­lay plain coloured pa­per into a pat­terned panel for a bold ef­fect

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