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Card set by Nerrida Mitchell

Card set tips:

You may wish to paint all your chipboard and wooden wings white first so they are ready to use.

We use and recommend TWIDDLEYBITZ.com.au cards for this project.

You can download these banner and add your own sentiments in Photoshop using http://www.myfreebrushes.com.au

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Step 1:

Cut the base so it just smaller than the card using the backing/packaging from your MHC flowers.

Step 2:

Cut a rounded cornered tag in half tall-ways, plus cut a pointed white check tag in half length-ways, and glue them to the back of the largest size tag as shown.

Step 3:

Punch a hole in the biggest tag and tie 2 ribbons (thin and thicker one) into a bow on the tag.

Step 4:

Cut another pointed tag in half tall-ways, and glue it to the ends/outside edge of the largest tag. Add 2 flowers as shown, with glue.

Step 5:

Cut a small label from another white check small tag and write ‘thanks’ on it.

Step 6:

Glue the whole thing to your card backing.

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Step 1:

Cut a piece of the BORDERS paper to suit you card so it is just smaller than it.

Step 2:

Using a rounded-edge tag, adhere it to the card front using 3D foam dots, tall-ways.

Step 3:

Tuck a white flower under the top corner of the tag.

Step 4:

Paint the chipboard heart and wings and glue to the card front as shown.

Step 5:

Add a flower and a banner with a sentiment on it. I got this one from downloading a free banner brush from www.myfreebrushes.com . You can also buy them online from ebay.

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Step 1:

Cut the back of the alpha sheet into a piece just smaller than your card and adhere it to the card base.

Step 2:

Cut a green checkered strip from the BORDERS paper and glue to the card front across the length of it at the base (about 1/2 inch up from the bottom).

Step 3:

Trim a rounded green & pink tag, lengthways, to slot it on top of the cut border piece and adhere.

Step 4:

Paint the chipboard circle and cut it in half, adhere it to the card under the largest pink/green tag (tall-ways) so the top of the tag is poking up past the top of the card by about 1/2 cm.

Step 5:

Stick the butterfly and flower to the front with glue.

Step 6:

Add a banner with a sentiment.

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Step 1:

Cut a piece of the BORDERS paper so it just smaller than your card and adhere it to the card front.

Step 2:

Paint & glue the large ornate chipboard circle to the card as shown.

Step 3:

Glue a large blue tag to the card front vertically and trim the top to suit the card, then using 3D dots, add another pink tag also vertically so the point is level with the card top.

Step 4:

Glue 2 white blossoms with one Springtime flower to the card centre as shown.

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Step 1:

Cut a piece of the reverse side of the alpha sheet to fit just slightly smaller than your card and adhere it to the card front.

Step 2:

Cut a backing/packaging of your flowers again, just smaller than the green piece and nest it on top with glue. You can use 3D dots for more dimension.

Step 3:

Use a large pink tag vertically, attach with 3D foam dots, and tie a ribbon and apiece of string into a hole at the top of the tag. Attach a butterfly to the card front & then attach the large tag over the top to the card front as shown.

Step 4:

Add a small pink tag vertically to the front of the tag and then cut a small white circle out from another card and attach that to the front of the small pink tag.

Step 5:

Attach a springtime flower to the card as shown and then pull a pink FAIRY FLOSS flower apart and use the centre to attach to the bottom left of the tag.

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Step 1:

As with the other cards, cut a piece of the reverse side of the alpha sheet, just smaller than your card.

Step 2:

Glue on your doily to the centre of the card.

Step 3:

Using 3D foam dots, glue a large pink tag slight to the right-side of the card and then glue another smaller round-cornered tag slightly to the left side of the card, across the middle section.

Step 4:

Hand-cut a small banner from the BORDERS paper and add it across the card about 1/3 of the way down.

Step 5:

Add a SPRINGTIME flower with glue and pull a FAIRY FLOSS flower apart and glue it on as shown.

Step 6:

Add a banner with a sentiment.

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Step 1:

Cut a piece of the doily-patterned paper just smaller than your card and adhere to the card-front.

Step 2:

Glue 1 pink pointed tag across-ways and one larger tag over the top, vertically.

Step 3:

Tuck a white blossom under the top left of the tag and glue in place.

Step 4:

Glue the birdcage onto the tag front as shown.

Step 5:

Glue 2 white blossoms to either side of a pink FAIRY FLOSS flower, then glue to set to the bottom left of the tag as shown.

Step 6:

Add a banner with a sentiment on it to the top as shown.

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