Snap Happy Camera Card...


Supplies List

Patterned papers - Like these from Echo Park
Nesting Circle dies/punches
White, black and silver card
Glue or double sided tape
Foam Pads
Alphabet Stamp Set
Button


  1. Trim white card to measure 28 x 9 cm and fold in half to make your card blank.
  2. Cut a panel of yellow paper to measure 13.5 x 6.5 cm. and stick to bottom section of the card front.
  3. Cut a band of stripy paper to measure 6 x 2.5 cm and for the viewfinder cut a piece of silver card to 3 x 2.5 cm stick them both across the top section of the card front.
  4. For the lens, cut circles of orange paper and black and silver card, layer together, with foam pads and stick to the centre of the card front as shown.
  5. Stamp ‘smile’ onto orange patterned paper, cut out and glue to the reverse of the camera lens.
  6. To make the shutter release, cut a small rectangle of black card, top with a button and glue it to the opposite corner to the viewfinder. 



Next week's project will be this shabby chic wedding card

How to make a bear hugs treat card...


Supplies List

Cardstock:  Kraft Brown, Black and Ivory
Black Fine Liner Pen
Nesting Dies: Circle, Oval
Ribbon Bow
Greeting Stamp


  1. Cut a 9 x 14 cm rectangle and 2 ovals from brown card, make a small flap at one end of each oval and glue them to the back of the rectangle.  Adhere this to a 10 x 15 cm top fold card blank.
  2. Cut 3 circles from brown card, 1 large and 2 small, arrange and stick together to form the head, and ears and adhere to the card front.
  3. Add a smaller circle of black card for the nose,  Draw on eyes, and faux stitching for the mouth and around the ears.
  4. Finish with a stamped greeting a ribbon bow and a sweet treat .



Next week's project is this bright and funky camera card

How to make a Gift Box and paper bow...


Supplies List

Spotted paper like the Dovecraft Bright Spark Collection
White and blue cardstock
Border punch or punch system


  1. Cut a square of white card 20 x 20 cm.  Then score at 6cm on all four sides.
  2. Now at each corner square cut along one of the score lines to where the two folds cross, creating a flap.
  3. Apply glue or tape to the reverse of each corner flap.  Then fold up to form the box base.
  4. Now cut a second square of white card 20.2 cm x 20.2 cm and repeat the steps above to form the box lid. But before adding glue to the flaps cover all 5 panels with yellow spotted paper.
  5. Punch 2 border strips 20 cm long and glue across both sides of the box lid
  6. To make the gift bow


Punch 3 edger strips 20cm in length and 1 strip 10cm long.


Take each of the 20 cm strips, hold in the centre and twist the end creating a loop and secure with glue.


Twist the opposite end in to the centre and secure with glue


Now layer the 3 double loops, adding glue to each layer and finish with the 10 cm loop in the centre.

Tip
To create my border strips I used the Woodware Crafty Edger (no longer available), alternatively you could use the Fiskars Advantedge Punch System, a double edged border punch like the Martha Stewart Crafts Double Link Double Edge Punch or a decorative border strip die.



Next week's project is a bear hugs treat card