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Posted on 1st October 2021 by Ben Francis-Neun
Filed under Card Making Ideas, Projects And Cards By Type, Celebration Cards, Cards For Children, Cards For Men, Papercraft Disciplines And Techniques, Papercut, Design Team, Shaped Cards, Paper Cutting
With bright colours and bold shapes, this cute yellow submarine card is a great way to bring joy to your favourite Beatles fan, a nautical friend, or someone who would love to whisk away on an undersea adventure!
The selfie frames are still in high demand and this year I’m trying to do something different to take them up to the next level .
Today i'm going to take you through how to put this together.
Hi everyone its Stacey and I’ve recently been working on some quirky jungle decorations for my baby boys christening. My son absolutely loves animals so I thought what could be better than some funky animal bunting and jungle leaf table toppers.
Today I will be guiding you through on how to make your own sloth. This sloth can be put on to cards for fellow sloth lovers or made into a picture as I have done. I have used a die cutter machine to cut out my design but you can use a scalpel.
As we are fast approaching fathers day I thought I had better show you how to make a simple lobster fathers day card that can be done with a scalpel or a die cutter.
Nicole here with a little bit different of a project. I have a hobbiest laser cutter and I am always looking for fun and creative ways to use it. I had used it on wood and leather projects a lot, and then it struck me - I hadn't made anything from card yet!