Monday, 18 July 2016

Make In A Moment Monday - How To Make 6 Birthday Cards From A Single Sheet of 12x12 Patterned Paper

For this week's Make In A Moment Monday I am going to share how you can make not one, but 6 Birthday Cards in no time at all!
How To Make 6 Birthday Cards From A Single Sheet of 12x12 Patterned Paper - Buy Stampin' Up! UK here
Using one sheet of Double Sided Patterned Papers you can make 3 of each of these two designs.  
How To Make 6 Birthday Cards From A Single Sheet of 12x12 Patterned Paper - Buy Stampin' Up! UK here
Start by cutting your patterned paper in to strips that are 10cm wide, and then cut these so they measure 10 x 14.4cm (you will get two from each strip and three strips per sheet of paper)  This will fit a standard UK A6 Card Base (ie half a piece of A4 Card folded in half)
How To Make 6 Birthday Cards From A Single Sheet of 12x12 Patterned Paper - Buy Stampin' Up! UK here
Next stamp your birthday greeting onto 6 Doilies. Then cut 6 rings from the Glimmer Paper.  This is lovely and easy to do with the Layering Circle Thinlits from Stampin' Up!  Because of the way the dies sit inside one another you don't even have to worry about them not lining up equally.  Bonus!
How to possition your Layering Circle Dies to create a neat ring every time - buy the layering circle dies from Stampin; Up! UK here
Finally assemble your cards, I did three of each design but you could do 6 all the same if you would rather.  How Quick and easy is that?  In just a very short time you have 6 birthday cards all ready to go.  

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