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How to Make a Christmas Window Card

Tim Holtz ink pads » are ideal for creating backgrounds for your festive greetings! On this project a blending tool has been used to seamlessly merge the colours across the die-cut scene, and then glitter elements added to mimic snow.

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How to Make a Christmas Snow Globe Shaker Card

Create a Christmas card with a difference this festive season with a helping hand from this step-by-step guide. Shaker cards are perfect for recipients of all ages and are ideal for using up glitter, sequins and card scraps when thinking about the shaker contents.

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How to Make a Christmas Layered Scene Card

Combine mixed media techniques to create a truly one-of-a-kind card this Christmas! Tim Holtz Distress Oxides are perfect for creating blended backgrounds and adding depth to cut cardstock elements on your Cricut machine, then complete the design with some glitzy Cosmic Shimmer glitter jewels.

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Cricut: How to Make a Personalised Baby Keepsake Box

Keep treasured items from your child’s first years safe and sound in a personalised keepsake box. Tailor the design on the lid of the box to suit your little ones favourite things, there are hundreds of designs within Cricut’s Design Space app, making it super-easy to create something truly one…

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