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Using an 'Innie' as an 'Outie'

If you're always looking for new and inspirational ways to use the different elements on our crafting CD-ROMs, check out this fantastic new project from Wendy McGlinchey - one of our talented Design Team members, made using the Popcorn Kids CD.

Using an 'Innie' as an 'Outie'

You will need:

Popcorn the Bear Kids Collection CD
White card
Contrasting colour card
Double-sided tape
3D foam pads or Silicone glue
Embellishments of your choice
Stickles glitter glue
Scissors
Clevercut 5 in 1 paper trimmer
Crafter's Companion Ultimate Pro

1. From your Crafter's Companion Popcorn the Bear Kids Collection CD print off an insert in the size of your choice onto paper and once again onto card stock. Also print the corresponding sentiment or decoupage page for your main focal image. Cut around the insert that you printed onto card stock and trim the paper insert to size using your Clevercut.


2. Cut a piece of contrasting cardstock a quarter of an inch larger than the trimmed card insert and attach layers with double-sided tape.


3. Choose the images required from the sentiment sheet and cut out with scissors.


4. Cut your card base to the required size, score and fold using the Ultimate Pro. Mount your layered insert card front onto the card base using 3D foam pads or silicone glue. Attach the chosen toppers to the mounted insert with silicone glue and embellish the bubbles with Stickles glitter glue.


5. Add embellishments of your choice. I have used a button, a satin ribbon bow and pearls. Pop your matching paper insert inside the card.


Wendy -x-

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