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Hannah's Personalised Tiger Cards

Hi craft lovers!

I’m in love with the tiger print paper that’s in the July Box, its so bright and fun! I decided to make a personalised card for my nephew using this paper and then used the leftovers to create a second happy birthday card.

To make the cards you will need

  • July box

  • 5” x 7” card blank

  • Scissors / cutting board

  • Double sided tape

  • Glue

  • Craft foam

To make the first card (portrait)

  • Cut a 5” x 7” rectangle from both the pink metallic card and the tiger print paper

  • Cut the rectangles in a diagonal to create two triangles

  • Stick 1 pink triangle & 1 tiger print triangle to your card base using double sided tape

  • Cut a rectangle from the green metallic card that is slightly bigger than the ‘Stay Wild Baby’ card from your July box

  • Use double sided tape stick the ’Stay Wild Baby’ card to the green metallic card and then use the foam to attach to your card base

  • Spell out your message at the bottom of the card using the word tiles from your craft box

Now you can use your leftover triangles to make a landscape card!

  • Turn a 5” x 7” card blank so the fold is at the top then stick on your pink triangle and tiger print triangle using double sided tape

  • Cut a length of wool, from your box, slightly longer than the card and stick down along the middle of your card (along where the 2 triangles meet)

  • Next use the 2 cut out strips of parrot paper from your box and add the gold glitter foam letters to spell out Happy Birthday

  • Cut the strips so they are different lengths (making sure to leave a gap after the word)

  • Add on flower sequins using glue


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