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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Megs Garden Card Sue Smyth

Merry Christmas Card
by Sue Smyth 

Hi Bloggers 
Today I am sharing a Christmas card, with a mini tutorial to make the 
awesome sugared roses I have used.
I have also used a trinket/finding to create a 
metal tree topper, just pop a shiny
rhinestone in the centre for added bling..

I love to cut a window in a card the easiest way to do 
this is with Nesting dies.
First adhere the paper to the card front and cut 
an oval shape from the front.
Then create a frame.
In this case I have a scalloped version and plain 
version, oval die. Just cut the scalloped one first and 
then the plain one.
I just line mine up by eye and then cut to make 
a delicate frame that can be adhered over the 
card window.

Once you have cut the frame, cover 
with white enamel accents. 

sprinkle with white glitter for a 
white snowy glittery look.

To Decorate the card 
I love to make these sugared roses and use them
on cards and layouts all the time. 

Step one.
Take a small rose or flower and open
out the petals a little 

Step 2 
Spray with Spray adhesive all over.

Step 3
Dip into a tub of white glitter 

Step 4
Take out of glitter and shake off excess.
use on a card or layout as desired

Megs Garden Products 

Happy Crafting All

Sue Smyth 

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