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Instructions: The finished size of this card is 17.7 cm x 17 cm. This fold out card is folded onto it self to form a book fold with pockets to hold the tags. Taking the 30 cm x 30 cm card stock cut strips measuring 17 cm wide. With the design paper cut strips measuring 16.5 cm across. Using the fold out card, align the border dies that match the shape of the card to the card stock. Cut the border lace into the card stock then trim to the measurement you want top fit the base. The design paper is cut the same way but using the plain border cut die. Taking the swirly die cut, use this to die cut into the design paper as seen in the photos. Adhere all the layers to the card base then adhere the folds down to form the pockets for the tags. Stamp the border from the All Glammed Up Collection onto the design paper with the gold embossing powder. Die cut the heading for the tags. Now trim the sides to form the tag shape. Adhere to the brown card stock then cut so the card stock shows from behind the tag. Make the bows using once again the All Glammed Up Collection. Apply the gold embossing powder to the bow edges and tie ends. Adhere the tie ends and bow to the tags and across the front of the card. Do the same to the front inside but adding a strip of brown card stock first to the background. Using the word border dies cut the words out 4 times. Trim so the letters are all separate. With the clear drying glue tweezers and prick pen, adhere the letters in place. Once all the words are in place, it makes it easier to add the letters in layers. You do not have to do this but it does make the card pop more. To finish the card add stickles to the cut out swirls by the leaves and to the bow centers. Apply a few stickle dots to the tag headings.
Created By: Susan Smit