3) Layer a stamped sentiment onto green cardstock.
Top with poppies to create a découpage effect.
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Add to the card front with foam pads.Click here to find out more.With lilacs so realistic you can almost catch their unmistakable scent, this sweet design will be a real treat to stitch.Layer onto yellow cardstock and add to the card front.Here's how to make the card above.Cut a 13x7cm piece of poppy paper, cut across diagonally and attach to the card front.See more inspiring projects in issue 174 of Quick Cards here!Cycling Plus Subscription, description of Cycling Plus Magazine: bp rewards double "If you love to ride, then Cycling Plus is the magazine for you.
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Alcohol markers, black ink pad, leaf punch or die 1) Mount a 13cm square of patterned paper onto yellow and green cardstock and attach to.5cm square base card.Subscribe to Cycling Plus Magazine: 13 issues of Cycling Plus (one year).50 save 31 * * Compared to the cover price (5.50/issue).The World of Cross Stitching, on sale Download it now, and do share your finished make on our.Stamp and colour a poppy on white cardstock.Editor, Hayley Rowe, make this pretty meadow-themed card with your free British Wildflowers stamp set and embossing folder, which comes with issue 174 of Quick Cards Made Easy.Attach leaves to the top right corner of the sentiment panel, as shown.Every issue is packed with unrivalled, expert reviews of the latest road bikes and gear, inspirational routes and rides from the UK and around the world, evocative features that take you inside every aspect of cycling and unmatched nutrition, fitness and training advice guaranteed.Each and every week the team at the UK's best-selling cycling magazine, Cycling Weekly, has its finger on the pulse of the sport to bring readers the latest news right from grass roots cycling up to pro rider exclusives.
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