Papercraft Inspirations : 2018-12-05

MASTERCLASS : 63 : 63

MASTERCLASS

MASTERCLASS ADVANCED LEVEL For the keen crafter 5 6 4 10 11 12 63 Papercraft Die cut a 9cm diameter watercolour card circle. Blend Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio and Lucky Clover Distress Oxide Inks to colour. Water stamp all four quarters of the circle. Die cut a 9cm diameter watercolour card circle. Blend Broken China and Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide Inks to colour. Water stamp the wave pattern, lift and blot. Repeat as desired. Make sure the card circle is fully dry to prevent any colour bleeds, then, using Black Archival Ink, stamp a sentiment onto the smallest (blue-lilac) inked circle and leave to dry. Open one of the base cards, score and fold one side in half. Take the matching circle, line up and attach to the bottom half of the card front. Cut circle mats from pattern papers and adhere. Attach the three inked and stamped circle layers to the top easel panels. Add pom-pom trim to edge the largest circle if desired. Decorate with the butterflies and leaves. Attach the three bases, overlapping. The easels will stand propped by the one in front. To prop the front easel, die cut a 3cm circle and attach to front easel base with 3D foam. What you’ll need... The high colouration of Distress Inks makes them ideal for water stamping Use a spritzer to easily apply a thin layer of water Part brush, part sponge, this is ideal for broad colour application Die cut butterflies for a feminine flourish

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