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Awesome Baby Card

Posted by Fräulein Erdbeerli - Miss Strawberry from Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austria • Published See Fräulein Erdbeerli - Miss Strawberry's 9 projects »
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  • How to make a 3D greetings card. Spinner Card - Step 1
    Step 1

    For my base card I cut a sheet of A4 cardstock into half and folded that one again. This is my brown card base.

    I trimmed down the green paper to 14,3cm x 10cm, which makes it sligthly smaller than my card base. I used a little, tiny bit of glue to adhere it on my card base and cut a circle through both layers of cardstock. Removing the green cardstock I again used my big shot and an embossing folder to create the cool woodland background for my card. Do this again with a white piece of cardstock and set it aside.

  • How to make a 3D greetings card. Spinner Card - Step 2
    Step 2

    Using a scalloped circle die cut, you can also use a handheld punch, I punched out one circle in the same brown as my card base slightly bigger than the other circle, and used this one again to create a frame - check out the photos :)

  • How to make a 3D greetings card. Spinner Card - Step 3
    Step 3

    Use a cute stamp and cut your chosen image.

  • How to make a 3D greetings card. Spinner Card - Step 4
    Step 4

    olor it with either watercolors, pencils, markers,.. whatever you like! I used my ink pads by Stampin' Up! and my waterbrush.

  • How to make a 3D greetings card. Spinner Card - Step 5
    Step 5

    Use some thread and stick it between the animal and, as you can see in the photo, make sure it's adhered well on the inside of the cardbase.

  • How to make a 3D greetings card. Spinner Card - Step 6
    Step 6

    Now you can cover it up with the white cardstock we die cutted and embossed before.

  • How to make a 3D greetings card. Spinner Card - Step 7
    Step 7

    Now you can embellish the card front however you like. i added a little greeting and some bees :)

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