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Unlimited Love - 06/14/2023

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White card blank 6 1/2 x 6 1/2"

White card 5 3/4" square

White card 5 1/2" square

White card

Watercolour Unlimited Love 3D Embossing Folder

Classic Celebration 8 x 8" Vellum Pack

Let's Celebrate Stamp and Die Collection 

SBM Hybrid Ink Pad: Midnight

Gossip alcohol pens

Sequins: Periwinkle

Pick up pokey tool

Eureka 101 Watercolour Tablet

SBM Magnetic glass mat

Paper Trimmer

Perfect Together Glue

Double sided adhesive tape/tape runner

Die Cutting machine

How To Guide - Step 1

Place the 5 1/2" white, square cardstock inside your embossing folder and run it through your machine. 

How To Guide - Step 2

Remove this gorgeous vellum from the Classic Celebration Vellum pack. 

How To Guide - Step 3

Tear a panel of vellum, as wide as you wish and fold about a cm over, at the top. Place inside the embossing folder, slightly to the left and run it through your embossing folder. 

Tip: Look at the photo in the next step, so you can see what you're aiming for and where you want to place your panel, within the folder. 

How To Guide - Step 4

Line up your embossed vellum with the embossed card. Tuck the top and bottom ends over the card and adhere on the reverse with double sided tape or a tape runner. 

How To Guide - Step 5

Adhere this on to the white card cut to 5 3/4" square. 

How To Guide - Step 6

Adhere this on to your white card blank. 

How To Guide - Step 7

Stamp a selection of florals and foliage from Let's Celebrate, with the Midnight hybrid ink, on to a piece of white card. Use the coordinating dies to cut them out, before colouring in with your Gossip alcohol pens. Pop a sheet of copy paper or scrap card underneath, to prevent the ink bleeding through the card and damaging your work surface. 

How To Guide - Step 8

Use a combination of wet glue and foam pads to adhere your 3D elements around the bottom left corner of your card. 

How To Guide - Step 9

To finish, add sequins on, around and tucked just under your 3D elements.