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Winter Card

LeNae Gerig

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Winter Card
By LeNae Gerig

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Designer Tip: Place the guards on the Tonic Border System at 3.5 cm. This will insure the after punching with the edges, your accent will line up perfectly inside the scallop.



  1. Place the card fold on the top. Punch the bottom edge of the card front with the scallop edger punch. Evenly space the snowflake accents punch 3 times on every other scallop. Punch the scallop along a strip of lavender cardstock. Cut into a strip and glue behind the scallops on the front.
  2. Punch snowflakes from lavender cardstock and glue between the punched snowflakes on the white scallops and blue to the inside back edge as well.
  3. Glue a 6 x1 lavender strip across the top of the card. Punch the edge of the foil paper. Cut into a 3 1/2 wide strip of foil and secure a lavender snowflake Brad Buddie to the left side of the foil. Glue the foil to the card front. Glue a 1/4 strip of lavender cardstock across the bottom edge of the foil. Glue a lavender dot bow to the right side of the strip. Write the greeting on a strip of light blue cardstock and ink the edges. Foam tape to the right side of the card.
  4. Inside the card: Glue a 1 1/2 wide strip of foil across the middle of the inside back. Glue the inside greeting, printed on a strip of light blue cardstock, to the top left.

Project comments

Written by Dar
 6 years 8 months ago:
Love the card and font .. okay my handwriting is not that good ... is there a font that you used?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
LeNae used Commercial Script font.


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