Merry kisses

Cardmaking and Papercraft - - Technique Knowhow -

1 Stamp mistle­toe three times onto a 120mm square of white card us­ing green ink to cre­ate a hang­ing bunch, as shown. Add dashed lines around the edge of the panel with a green fine­liner pen. 2 Ar­range let­ter dies to spell ‘KISCEP’ at the bot­tom of the panel, re­move the ‘C’ and the ‘P’, se­cure with low-tack tape and die-cut. Re­move the let­ters, re­po­si­tion the ‘S’ to fill the gap in the mid­dle of the word, se­cure and die-cut. Re­po­si­tion the ‘S’ at the end of the word, se­cure and die-cut. 3 Ar­range let­ter dies to spell ‘MERPY’ at the top of the panel, re­move the ‘P’, se­cure with low-tack tape and die-cut. Re­move the let­ters, re­po­si­tion the ‘R’ to fill the gap, se­cure and die-cut. Layer panel onto pale green card, dark green card and a 150mm square white base card. 4 Die-cut each let­ter twice from pale green card. Glue each of the white die-cut let­ters to the two cor­re­spond­ing pale green die-cut pieces. At­tach the die-cut let­ters to the base with sticky fix­ers, as shown. Add a red baker’s twine bow to the top of the stamped mistle­toe to fin­ish.

Stamp an im­age as the cen­tre­piece for your de­sign

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