How to Make a Snowflake Multi-aperture Card

Creating a multi-aperture card is a doddle when you have your trusty die cutting machine to hand! Simply pop your dies on the front of your card blank to create as many apertures as you like!

We’ve kept things simple using circular apertures however, they could be any shape and size you like! To ensure your dies stay in position as they travel through your die cutting machine, use a small piece of Washi tape to keep everything exactly where you want it.

You Will Need Craft Essentials How to Make

Please Note: If you own a large die cutting machine then you will not have to cut the card blank in half.

1. Adhere a 12 x 17cm panel of Frozen Wishes patterned paper to a piece of cardstock the same size, use a glue stick to ensure the whole area is covered with glue. Die cut three circles into the panel.

2. Open out a 5 x 7” card blank and trim approximately 11.5cm from one side leaving a 1cm flap along the creased edge. Lay the die-cut panel on top of the card blank, place the die back into the hole draw around the inside of the die, repeat for the other two circle. Set the die-cut panel to one side.

3. Line up the circle die with the drawn circle and run through a die cutting machine, cutting all three circles in the same place as the top panel.

4. Cut another 5 x 7” card blank in half at the crease then attach the two halves together using the 1cm flap.

5. Adhere a piece of invisible thread in between two silver glitter snowflakes with tacky glue. Position the clear thread ends at the top and bottom of each circle, securing them in place with strong adhesive tape.

6. Adhere the patterned paper panel in place on the card front.

7. Stamp out your sentiment of choice using a clear pigment ink pad on black cardstock, sprinkle with white embossing powder before setting with a heat tool. Trim the sentiment and fix to the card front using 3d foam pads.

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