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How to Make an Embossed Pine Cone Card
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How to Make an Embossed Pine Cone Card

Difficulty Intermediate
Budget < £10
Time 1 hr +

Embossing folders are ideal for achieving professional looking cards in next to no time at all! Simply open up the embossing folder and place a sheet of cardstock inside, then run it through your die cutting machine. On opening the folder you'll be greeted with a beautiful embossed panel that's ideal for backgrounds, border frames and gift tags, to name but a few.

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Winter Woodland Pine Cone Embossing Folder 

Step 1

Place a panel of white cardstock, slightly larger than A6, in the Winter Woodland pine cone embossing folder then run through your die-cutting machine.

Embossed pine cone card

Step 2

Apply green ink to an acrylic stamp block, run the brayer over the ink several times, before gently rolling over the raised embossed image.

Embossed pine cone card

Step 3

 

Trim the embossed card panel down to 10 x 14cm then layer onto a sheet of green cardstock measuring 10.5 x 14.5cm. Trim a 5 x 7 inch card blank down to 11 x 15cm then attach the embossed card on top.

Embossed pine cone card

Step 4

Take three different colours of green cardstock from the Papermania Colossal cardstock pack and die-cut a wreath from each. Layer them on top of each other (in any combination you like) and secure in place with a glue pen. To complete the base of the topper, die cut a bow from red cardstock.

Step 5

Add red gems sporadically to the wreath to mimic berries.

Step 6

Secure the wreath to the card front using foam pads concealed behind wider sections of the layered wreath topper.

Step 7

To complete the card, add a green sentiment sticker.

Embossed Pine Cone Card

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