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Paper Flair Card Kits

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Technique:
Paper Flair Card Kits
Designers: Laura Nicholas and Susan Cobb

Love Card
By Laura Nicholas


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Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Place the card so the fold is at the left. Glue the heart pattern paper to the front of your card; aligned with the fold, trim the excess. Cut off the pink swirl pattern on the top edge of the hearts on the card front. Cut out the heart window.
  2. Foam tape the small hearts over their counterparts on the front of the card.
  3. Use the glitter glue to outline and color in some of the hearts, as shown. Let it dry.
  4. Inside the card: Glue the paper with the greetings to the inside of the card. Make sure the "love" heart shows through the window. Cut out the anniversary greeting and glue it below the other greetings.
  5. Sign and glue the "made by" label on the back of the card.
  6. Cut out the extra hearts to embellish the envelope, and add glitter glue.

Happy Surprises
By Susan Cobb

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Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Place the card so the fold is at the left. Glue the striped hummingbird paper centered on the card front, trim the excess card from the top and bottom, as shown.
  2. Cut out the blue flap, and use your knife to cut out the window on the flap. Fold back the white tab and glue it to the back of the card, making sure the hummingbird is centered in the window.
  3. Center the large green birthday greetings on the left of the card front so it overlaps the point of the blue flap. Glue only the top and bottom of the greeting so the point of the blue flap can tuck beneath the center of the greeting as a closure.
  4. Inside the card: Cover the inside with the green textured paper and trim the excess. Glue the "Happy Birthday" rectangle to the center.
  5. Sign and glue the "made by" label on the back of the card.
  6. Use the extra art to decorate the envelope.

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