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How to Make a Die-Cut Poinsettia Card
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How to Make a Die-Cut Poinsettia Card

Difficulty Intermediate
Budget £10 - £30
Time 1hour

Add festive details to your Christmas cards at the turn of a handle with the beautiful Christmas Flower Die set. These beautiful designs are a great way to impress your loved ones this festive season, adding seasonal detail to embellish any papercraft project.

Project and instructions by Sarah Jackman Read.

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How to make

Step 1

Trim a sheet of white hammered card down to 15cm wide then fold in half to create a top-folding base card.

Trim another piece of white hammered cardstock to 14cm square.

Step 2

Die-cut three pieces of foliage in green cardstock then position across the left-hand side of the white hammered cardstock panel (measuring 14cm square), trimming to fit as necessary.

Add a small amount of foliage as shown to the right-hand side of the card also.

Step 3

Die-cut a sentiment from navy cardstock then adhere in the centre of the foliage.

Step 4

Die-cut six large poinsettias from red cardstock then adhere yellow card behind the centres of three of them.

Layer up the poinsettias with foam pads then attach as shown.

Step 5

Die-cut several smaller flowers from grey and red cardstock, then adhere yellow card behind the red flowers and attach them around the foliage with foam pads to add height.

Step 6

Attach the white hammered cardstock panel to the card front with foam pads.

Die-cut seven flower centres in navy card then adhere to the centres of the large poinsettias and the grey flowers.

Die-cut Poinsettia Card

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