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Winter Dogwoods

Other Products: Cardstock; red and crème, flower stamen, 3Dtape, Spectrum Noir GB10, Glue gun, Versafine black, heat tool, white snowflake stickers, tape, ribbon, rope, fine liner, silver pen, corner rounder, skates file is from the silhouette store, heat tool, Twin Marker nr 5

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Watch this video for shaping the Dogwood flowers HERE

Instructions: Cut a piece of red cardstock 6 x 12", score at 6" and fold. Cut piece of paper from the paper pad at 5 ½ - 5 ½" Round the corners and adhere this on top of the card base. Die cut the skates out of crème paper using your Silhouette machine, there are 3 pieces. Using a silver pen, change the color of the blade to silver. The second part you make the heel brown with Spectrum Noir marker and the upper part you make stitches with a fine liner. Make some holes in it and put a rope true the holes and make a bow on top make the sides old with Vintage photo. On top of the blades I put some Crystal Clear for an icy appearance.

Diecut Decorative Arch from white cardstock. Stamp, and die cut the holly berries using black Onyx ink on white card stock. Color using Bamboo Leaves and the berries with a twin marker nr 5. Stamp the Dogwood flowers in Toffee Crunch ink and diecut using coordinating die. Color using sponge daubers along with Archival Brilliance Pearlescent Coral and then with the same red marker. Shape using the Deluxe Heat set and also some Crystal Clear. 

Add Decorative Arch to card panel. Make a bow from seam binding ribbon and adhere that on the top corner of the card. I also added mesh ribbon as well. Place the skates on 3D tape and put them on top of that, tucking them under the ribbon a little. Decorate everything now with the flowers and the berries as shown.

Created By: Els Schutte

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