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Freezy Come, Freezy Go!

You will need

  • DL009 Melded Olaf die
  • DL002 Frozen Snowflakes die set
  • STDL004 Frozen Sentiments stamp set
  • Decorative Rectangles die set
  • White pearl cardstock
  • White cardstock
  • Navy cardstock
  • Turquoise cardstock
  • Silver cardstock
  • Orange cardstock
  • Brown cardstock
  • Clear ink pad
  • Blue embossing powder
  • Bright Heart Craft Lights
  • Black fine liner pen
  • Silicone glue
  • Frost glitter
  • Diamanté gems
  • Double sided tape
  • Double sided foam tape
  • 4mm double sided foam tape
  • Papercraft
  • 1-2 hours
  • Beginner
  1. Cut, score and fold white cardstock to create a 17cm x 20cm card. Using a 16cm x 19cm decorative rectangle die, place the die 1cm over the edge of the fold and cut through both thicknesses to create a shaped card.

  2. Using the same die, cut one from white pearl cardstock and stick onto the front of the card.

  3. Cut a 14.5cm x 18cm decorative rectangle from navy cardstock and stick onto the card.

  4. Cut a 13cm x 16.5cm decorative rectangle from silver cardstock and stick onto the card.

  5. Cut a 12.5cm x 15cm decorative rectangle from turquoise cardstock. Gently ink around the edges with the blue ink. Splatter water onto the ink and leave to dry. Once dry stick onto the card.

  6. Cut an 11cm x 13.5cm decorative rectangle from white pearl cardstock. Stamp "Freezy come, freezy go" from the Frozen Sentiment stamp set with the clear ink pad. Sprinkle with blue embossing powder and shake off the excess. Gently heat with a heat gun until the powder melts and turns glossy. Leave to cool.

  7. Using the Olaf Melded die place the die towards the left of the rectangle and secure with low tack tape. Cut into the rectangle.

  8. Pierce a hole into the rectangle approximately 1cm from the sentiment and one just above the snowflake on the right.

  9. Using a 10 string set of Bright Heart Craft Lights, fit a light behind the snowflakes and the pierced holes and tape into place if necessary. The wires between the light can be pulled out to make positioning easier. Tape the Battery Pack on the top left corner on the back of the square. Make sure to position the switch so it will be easy to turn off and on.

  10. Using two layers of 4mm foam tape, stick the square onto the card.

  11. Cut another Olaf from white pearl cardstock, and use turquoise, orange, brown and black scraps of card to cut the mouth, nose, twigs and buttons.

  12. Stick Olaf onto the card with foam pads. Stick the nose, mouth, twigs and buttons onto the card. Highlight the eyes and eyebrows with the black fine liner pen.

  13. Using the Frozen Snowflakes, cut two large, two medium and two small from white pearl cardstock.

  14. Stick the two large snowflakes onto the left bottom corner and stick a medium snowflake just above the large ones. Add another medium snowflake onto the top right corner. Stick the two small snowflakes over the pieced holes. Top with a small blob of silicone glue and sprinkle Frost glitter over the top.

  15. Finish with diamanté gems.

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