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Classic Wedding


Materials                                                                                           
White card for stamping/die cutting
Classic Wedding Rose Stamp HCPC3788
Classic Rose Stamp HCPC3752
Classic Rose Die HCD17110
Decorative Medallion Die HCD17144
Versafine Smokey Grey (stamping leaves)
Distress Ink Bundled Sage (leaves)
Inca Gold Apricot (flowers)
Archival Venetian Orange (Stamping flowers)
Bazzill Smoky 30cm x 15cm (1), 30.5cm x 4cm (1)
Classic Wedding Paper 14cm x 14cm (1),14cm x 6cm (4), 14cm x 3cm (1), fussy cut flower heart.
Bazzill White 14.5cm x 14.5cm (1), 14.5cm x 7cm (4), 14.5cm x 3.5cm (1)                                                                                                          



Tip: When using your Inca Gold Paste, place a little on a plastic surface such as acetate or acrylic block and using a water brush just pick up little bits at a time and colour your flowers until you reach the desired shade.







Card Assembly   

Bone fold at the 7.5cm on the left side of your card, bone fold at the 7.5cm on the right side of your card, this will leave you 15cm in the middle and your card fronts will line up when closed. Adhere your White mats to the front panels and the inside panels and the centre section of your card and repeat with the matching patterned mats. Adhere your circular die cuts to the front as pictured below, adhere your edge die cuts to the inside as pictured below. Using your grey belly band wrap around the centre of your closed card and push the side to find where to fold, you want there to be approximately 15cm to 15.25cm so you can adhere your matching white and patterned mat with a nice even border, this will give you a slight overhang at the back to adhere together to make the band, this band is to just slide over your card not adhere to it. Adhere your love heart mat to the white card and fussy cut out as pictured. Adhere to the centre of your belly band and adhere your flowers and leaves as desired or as pictured.  

 Belly Band

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