How to Make a Santoro Gorjuss Scene Stealer

How to Make a Santoro Gorjuss Scene Stealer #Papercraft #DoCrafts

The latest collection from Santoro exudes brightness, vitality and quirky styles that Becky has included in this ‘simply gorjuss’ card

Jam-packed with bright, crafty goodness, the new Santoro collection is just waiting to be added to a unique project. This show-stopping card brings out the vivid blues, pinks and greens and is full of tiny details to create a stunning scene. With so many new faces, embellishments and papers to choose from, why not have a go yourself, adding your favourite ‘gorjuss little things’ in a lively colour palette?

How to Make a Santoro Gorjuss Scene Stealer

You will need

How to Make

1. Cut an A4 white cardstock sheet to 29.5 by 18 centimetre. Score at 2.5 and 14 centimetre from the left. Fold at the 14 centimetre score line to make a card blank with the front narrower than the back. Cover the card front between the score line and the fold with blue and black striped paper, then mat pink spotted paper on top.

2. Die cut the second largest rectangle parenthesis to make an aperture in the middle of the card front.

3. Glue blue and black striped paper behind the aperture. With a sharp craft knife, cut around the shape of the parenthesis aperture, leaving a small border.

4. Mark 5 centimetre in from the right of the card back. Fold under the 2.5 centimetre flap on the left side and glue to this mark to create the bowed frame.

5. Cover the background behind the aperture with pink spotted paper. Fill a Bellissima pink resin frame with damask paper and embellish with die-cut images, using hot glue to create dimension and shape. Add the frame to the back panel, tucking a die-cut label behind. Cover the right section with stone-coloured paper, adding a vertical strip of damask paper.

6. Die cut green paper with the grass border die from the English countryside border set. Attach to the card front, using three dimensional foam tape. Add lengths of trim and ribbon, and tuck a die-cut label into the grass layers with ‘Hello!’ added using Nature’s Gallery mini alphabet stickers. Add gems around the aperture and top with a blue damask ribbon trim bow.

7. Fill the well of two heart charms with pink embossing powder and heat with a heat tool until the powder melts to create an enamelled appearance. Attach these charms and a plain heart charm to lengths of coiled beading wire. Attach to the right panel, adding a brown string bow under the charms. Glue a charm gem and round adhesive gems to punched paper circles, attach to coiled wires, add leaves and adhere around the card. Thread beads on lengths of coiled wire and fill any gaps in the grass borders.

8. Stamp and heat emboss ‘The Hatter’ image. Colour using watercolour markers in shades to complement the design. Cut out the image and attach to the aperture, tucking one leg behind the grass. Finish with a ribbon trim bow.

How to Make a Santoro Gorjuss Scene Stealer #Papercraft #DoCrafts

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