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Hello You - 07/05/2023

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Pink card blank 7 x 5"

Mulberry & Gold Damask 6 x 6" Sentiment Pack

Mulberry Frames Stamp and Die Set

Mulberry & Gold Damask 12 x 12" Paper Pack

SBM Hybrid Ink Pad: Midnight

Izink Diamond Paint: Noir

Honeycomb 7 x 7" Stencil

Palette knife

Stickles: Diamond

Eureka 101 Watercolour Tablet

SBM Magnetic glass mat

Paper Trimmer

Perfect Together Glue

Foam pads

Die Cutting machine


How To Guide - Step 1

We will be using this beautiful sheet from the Mulberry & Gold Damask 12 x 12" paper pack. 

How To Guide - Step 2

You need to cut a panel 6 3/4 x 4 3/4, from the top, centre area of the paper, with no Mulberry florals on it. If you can't bear to cut up this beautiful sheet in this way, cut the same size panel from one of the sides!! 

How To Guide - Step 3

Randomly apply the Noir Izink Diamond Paint through the Honeycomb stencil, over your decorative panel. 

Allow to dry or give it a quick blast with a heat tool. 

How To Guide - Step 4

Once dry, adhere to your pink card blank.

How To Guide - Step 5

Trim a panel 6 3/4" in length and tear it as wide as you want, from the Mulberry paper you have left over.  

How To Guide - Step 6

Adhere down the left side of your stencilled paper, then pop your card to one side. 

How To Guide - Step 7

Remove this beautiful sentiment sheet, from the Mulberry & Gold Damask Sentiment Pack.

Stamp the oval frame, from the Mulberry Frame Stamp And Die set, in the Midnight ink, around the printed "Hello You" sentiment. 


How To Guide - Step 8

Use the coordinating die to cut it out. 

How To Guide - Step 9

Adhere to the top right of the torn panel. 

How To Guide - Step 10

Fussy cut some of the Mulberry florals, from the decorative papers left to one side. Adhere these around the left side of your die cut frame, using a combination of wet glue and foam pads, to give dimension to your artwork. 

How To Guide - Step 11

Use your Stickles to add a touch of sparkle and glitter to your floral elements and printed images and voila!!