Winter In New England

by Renee

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Supplies:

  • IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko: Memento Dye Ink Gray Flannel, GooseBumps Texture Spray Shimmer (dauber top)
  • Authentique Paper: “Glistening” paper collection
  • Sizzix: Flower Die
  • Queen & Co.: self adhesive pearls
  • Miscellaneous:  brown brad (1 each),  sewing machine with black thread (optional), white 5” x 7” blank card (cut/scored), aqua colored ribbon, adhesive, glue dots

Directions:

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Step 1  Cut Authentique paper to measure 5” by 7”, glue to the front of the blank card.
Step 2  Cut contrasting paper from the Collection to measure 3˝ x 5˝ and glue to the lower portion of the card.
Step 3  Cut contrasting paper from the Collection to measure 1˝ x 5˝ and glue across the  middle of the card.

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Step 4  Apply GooseBumps™randomly all over the front panel.  Allow to dry.
Step 5  Tear image of girl out of the Collection of papers, if desired sew black thread around the edges of image, set aside.
Step 6  Sew with black thread all around the edges of the front panel of card, if desired.
Step 7  Using a flower die, cut flower out using coordinating paper from the Collection.
Step 8  Attach brad to the center of the flower.
Step 9  Tie ribbon around the left side of the card.  Glue down flower with glue dots.
Step 10  Tuck the image of the girl under the flower; adhere.  Take tags from the Collection and edge with Memento Gray Flannel.
Step 11  Tuck the tags under the flower with glue dots.  Edge the entire card with Memento Gray Flannel.
Step 12  Adhere three self adhesive pearls to the upper left hand corner of the card.

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