How to Create a Graphic 45 Eerie Tale Greeting Card

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How to Create a Graphic 45 Eerie Tale Greeting Card
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Cut a base card from card stock at 6 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches and round corners all corners

Cut a base card from card stock at 6 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches and round corners all corners

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Cut mat 1 at 6 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches and mat 2 at 4 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches from patterned paper and corner round all corners

Cut mat 1 at 6 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches and mat 2 at 4 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches from patterned paper and corner round all corners

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Cut mat 3 at 5 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches  from card stock and corner round all corners

Cut mat 3 at 5 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches from card stock and corner round all corners

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Cut mat 4 at 5 1/8 x 4 1/8 inches and mat 5 at 3 1/2 x 4 3/8 inches from patterned paper and corner round all corners

Cut mat 4 at 5 1/8 x 4 1/8 inches and mat 5 at 3 1/2 x 4 3/8 inches from patterned paper and corner round all corners

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Cut 1 using a chosen frame die from card stock to mount the chip board embellishment on to.

Cut 1 using a chosen frame die from card stock to mount the chip board embellishment on to.

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Ink card stock layers using chosen ink. Sample uses tea dye distress ink.

Ink card stock layers using chosen ink. Sample uses tea dye distress ink.

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Distress the edges of all patterned paper layered using a distress tool

Distress the edges of all patterned paper layered using a distress tool

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These are the chipboard and flower embellishments from the coordinated packs from the paper collection. Ink the edges if desired.

These are the chipboard and flower embellishments from the coordinated packs from the paper collection. Ink the edges if desired.

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Fussy cut these two images from the collection. The owls are from the banners pack and the pumpkin image is taken from the paper it self

Fussy cut these two images from the collection. The owls are from the banners pack and the pumpkin image is taken from the paper it self

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These are the metal embellishments used. Any metal corner will work and the brads are from the graphic 45 metal brads pack

These are the metal embellishments used. Any metal corner will work and the brads are from the graphic 45 metal brads pack

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These are the paper roses and leaves used as embellishments. Twist the wire stems of the roses If desired

These are the paper roses and leaves used as embellishments. Twist the wire stems of the roses If desired

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Adhere all mats in the order pictured. Ensure the final mat is aligned to the top

Adhere all mats in the order pictured. Ensure the final mat is aligned to the top

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Adhere the die cut frame in to position. Align to the top

Adhere the die cut frame in to position. Align to the top

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Adhere chipboard embellishment on to purple die cut frame

Adhere chipboard embellishment on to purple die cut frame

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Adhere fussy cut pumpkin image into position as shown using foam tapes, shape leaves if desired

Adhere fussy cut pumpkin image into position as shown using foam tapes, shape leaves if desired

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Add graphic 45 flowers adhere in to position after shaping petals if desired. Ink flowers also.

Add graphic 45 flowers adhere in to position after shaping petals if desired. Ink flowers also.

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Adhere the metal embellishments into position. Both brads and metal corners.

Adhere the metal embellishments into position. Both brads and metal corners.

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Next glue on the paper leaves. Ensure to tuck under as shown. Hot glue used in the sample

Next glue on the paper leaves. Ensure to tuck under as shown. Hot glue used in the sample

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Apply the paper roses and buds using hot glue. The colour can be varied if desired.

Apply the paper roses and buds using hot glue. The colour can be varied if desired.

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Glue fussy cut owls in desired location or as shown on the sample. The card is now complete.

Glue fussy cut owls in desired location or as shown on the sample. The card is now complete.

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