How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

Nothing says welcome quite like a specially-made card for a new home. It’s something that will be treasured for years to come and will always hold fond memories of a special place!

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card

Skill Level: Beginner
Time to Make: 45 Minutes

You Will Need

Craft Essentials

 

How to Make

1.  Cut, score and fold light cream cardstock to create a 17cm x 19cm card.

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

2.  Cut a 16cm x 18cm square from Kraft cardstock. Mat onto the card as shown.

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

3.  Using the Shops die, cut three from Kraft cardstock. Using the Pretty Key die cut one from silver mirror cardstock. Using the Exquisite Alphabet dies cut ‘New Home’ from Kraft cardstock.

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

4.  Cut a 15.5cm x 17.5cm square using light cream cardstock. Wrap a length of twine around the square remembering to tie the twine through the key. Secure on the back of the square. Mat onto the card.

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

5.  Using the shop die cuts, mat each directly on top of another. Mat onto the card.

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

6.  Mat the sentiment onto the card.

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

How to Make a Die Cut New Home Card #diecutting #tatteredlace #papercraft #home

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  • Anacra

    Its really an amazing job. looks so impressive. Thanks for your clear explanation.

    Anacra, Bizbilla

  • http://www.jumboo.in Subhasish Sen

    Look so classiy and simple but Beautiful i say, And easy to make it but look Fabulous.

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