Make Your Own Magic

You will need

  • DL001 Melded Elsa Castle die set
  • DL018 Hanging Snowflakes die
  • STDL005 Melded Castle A7 stamp set
  • DL002 Frozen Snowflakes die set
  • STDL004 Frozen Sentiments stamp set
  • STDL003 Frozen Icons stamp set
  • White pearl cardstock
  • Pale blue pearl cardstock
  • Dark blue pearl cardstock
  • Silver cardstock
  • Spray adhesive
  • Black cardstock
  • Dark blue cardstock
  • Teal cardstock
  • Brown cardstock
  • Spray adhesive
  • Frost glitter
  • Black ink pad
  • Clear ink pad
  • Clear embossing powder
  • Holographic glitter embossing powder
  • Bright Heart Craft Lights
  • Wide white organza ribbon
  • Silver sparkler
  • Diamanté gems
  • Sakura Quickie glue pen
  • Low tack tape
  • Double sided tape
  • Double sided foam tape
  • 4mm double sided foam tape
  • Silicone glue
  • Papercraft
  • 1-2 hours
  • Beginner

What You Need

  1. Cut two 29cm x 17cm panels from white pearl cardstock. To create the back of the card, from the left edge of one of the panels measure across and score down at 8cm, 14.5cm and 21cm. Mountain fold (upwards) at 8cm and 21cm and valley fold (downwards) at 14.5cm. Fold into place.

  2. Cut a 15cm x 17cm panel from dark blue pearl cardstock. Using the Frozen Icons stamp set, randomly stamp snowflakes and swirls onto the panel with the clear ink pad. Sprinkle with Holographic glitter embossing powder and shake off the excess. Gently heat with a heat gun until the powder melts and turns glossy. Leave to cool.

  3. Fold the panel in half and attach the long edges only to the back of the card, making sure that the folds sit together.

  4. To create the front of the card, from the left edge measure across and score down at 8cm and 21cm and valley fold.

  5. Using the Melded Elsa Castle die, place the die onto the panel, approximately 9cm from the left edge of the panel, secure with low tack tape and cut.

  6. Using a craft knife and ruler cut out a rectangular aperture around the die cut and trim off the excess cardstock.

  7. From the left edge, measure across to 14.5cm and score the top and bottom only, (don't score Olaf!) and mountain fold.

  8. Stick the two side panels onto the two side panels on the back of the card to create a pop up card.

  9. Cut the Melded Elsa Castle die from white pearl cardstock and trim off the excess card. Stamp Elsa's face onto the die cut with black ink.

  10. Highlight Elsa’s dress and Olaf’s face with the glue pen and glitter with the Frost glitter. Stick directly onto the card with silicone glue.

  11. Cut two 7.5cm x 16.5cm panels from silver cardstock and stick one onto each side panel on the front of the card.

  12. Cut two 7cm x 16cm panels from pale blue pearl cardstock. Wrap wide white organza ribbon around one panel and secure on the back. Stick onto the right side panel. Tie a bow from the ribbon and stick onto the centre of the panel.

  13. Using the Frozen Icons stamp set, randomly stamp snowflakes and swirls onto the remaining panel with the clear ink pad. Sprinkle with clear embossing powder and shake off the excess. Gently heat with a heat gun until the powder melts and turns glossy. Leave to cool.

  14. 14.Using the Frozen Sentiments stamp set, stamp “Make your own magic” with the clear ink pad. Sprinkle with holographic embossing powder and shake off the excess. Gently ink with a heat gun until the powder melts and turns glossy. Leave to cool.

  15. Stick the panel onto the left panel on the card.

  16. Using the Frozen Snowflake die set, cut one each from white cardstock. Spray with adhesive and glitter with Frost glitter. Stick to the card as shown in the photograph.

  17. Finish with a silver sparkler in the centre of the bow and a scattering of diamanté gems.

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