And happy Handy Hippo Thursday to you all - I hope you are all well and having a good week.
This week’s card is an A5 tent shape which features a beautiful panel of embossed butterflies and a topper of gorgeous dandelions, stamped and heat embossed in white, both are matted on to gold mirri card. The embellishments are tiny punched and glittered butterflies, you can just about see the glitter in the photograph, and a pretty blue ribbon.
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- Adhere a piece of K & Co patterned paper to the front of a white A5 card base.
- Using the Wings embossing folder, emboss a piece of brown card measuring 5¾” x 4" and mat it on to gold mirri card measuring slightly larger all round.
- Wrap a length of the patterned ribbon, the aqua shade, around the panel.
- Create the topper by stamping, using VersaMark, the dandelion stamp onto a piece of the K & Co patterned paper and heat emboss with white powder.
- Trim the stamped image to the desired size and firstly mat it on to brown card trimmed slightly larger and then mat it on to gold mirri, again measuring slightly larger than the brown mat.
- Create a greeting topper in the same way using the 'Thanks' stamp and the tiny butterfly from the Everyday Greetings set. Trim the greeting and mat on to a piece of the K & Co paper and gold mirri card.
- Punch three tiny butterflies.
- Glue the embossed panel as in the photograph, then set the dandelion topper to the top left, overlapping it slightly.
- Using glue gel, fix the butterflies as shown and when set add glitter glue to the bodies and wing tips.