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Precious Moments - 11/21/2023

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White card blank 7 x 7"

White card

Paperchain Magical Elegance 8 x 8" Paper Pad

Paperchain Magical Elegance I Can And I Will Stamp and Die Set 

SBM Hybrid Ink Pad: Midnight

Eureka 101 Watercolour Tablet

SBM A3 Magnetic glass mat

Paper Trimmer


Die Cutting machine



How To Guide - Step 1

Trim this beautiful paper from the Magical Elegance paper pad, to 5 1/2" square.  


How To Guide - Step 2

Trim this coordinating, textured patterned paper, to 5 3/4" square. 

How To Guide - Step 3

Adhere the decorative paper on top of the coordinating paper and set to one side.

How To Guide - Step 4

Cut a piece of white card to 5" square. 

How To Guide - Step 5

Choose any decorative, coordinating paper and cut to 5 x 3 1/2", then tear down the right hand edge, as seen here. Scrunch and lift the torn edge to create a distressed effect. This is a great way to use cut-off's and scraps of paper you may have left over, from previous projects.

How To Guide - Step 6

Choose another coordinating paper, cut to 5 x 2 1/2" and again tear and distress down the right edge.  

How To Guide - Step 7

Adhere the first, larger torn panel flush with the top, left and bottom edges of your white card. Then adhere the smaller panel on top, again flush to the left side, thus creating a layered effect. Remember to scrunch and lift those torn edges! 

How To Guide - Step 8

Finally, cut a third coordinating paper panel, 5 x 1 1/4" and tear as before. 

How To Guide - Step 9

Adhere this flush to the left hand side, to create your layered backbground. 

How To Guide - Step 10

Stamp your beautiful Peacock in the Midnight ink, coming on from the bottom right corner of the white card. 

Stamp the sentiment just under but connected to, your stamped image. 

How To Guide - Step 11

Adhere your artwork on to the layered papers you prepped earlier. 

How To Guide - Step 12

Adhere to the front of your 8" square, white card blank. 

How To Guide - Step 13

Use your Stickles to add a touch of glitter down the torn edges and on your stamped artwork, where required.