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Cardmaking and Papercraft - - Know How Technique -

1 Score lines at 10mm and 140mm on two 150x65mm strips of white card. Trim away the cor­ners on one end of each strip. Fold the scored lines on the op­po­site ends to cre­ate tabs. Glue the tabs of each strip to op­po­site sides at the bot­tom of a 150mm square white base card.

2 At­tach a 145mm square of pat­terned pa­per to the front of the base. Cover the two strips with pa­pers. Gen­tly bend the right strip across so that the end is 40mm from the left-hand side of the base and mark the po­si­tion of the tab. Re­peat for the left strip on the op­po­site side. Cut slits on the marked lines and slot tabs of each strip into the slits.

3 Die-cut the moun­tains from white card and at­tach to the top of the left strip. Die-cut the hills and snow­man from a piece of white card and at­tach to the top of the right strip, as shown. Die-cut the sen­ti­ment from white card and add to the right strip, as shown.

4 Die-cut three log cab­ins from white card and at­tach to the top of the base, as shown. Die-cut the tree from white card and add to the base. At­tach sil­ver star gems to the top of the base. Ap­ply clear glit­ter glue to log cab­ins, moun­tains and hills. Fin­ish with gold and sil­ver gems.

Over­lap die-cut el­e­ments on each layer to build a scene

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