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Geometric Mocha Bunting Card

If you've had a flick through the Geometric Mocha Ultimate Die-cut & Paper Pack you’ll have found several sheets of adorable bunting flags, ready to pop out and string up. Why not use these die-cuts to make a cute card, complete with a sweet sentiment? Follow these simple steps to find out how.

  • Papercraft
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner


  • docrafts Mocha Paper Pack
  • Glue
  • 3D foam pads
  • Bow Maker
  • Twine


  1. Cut a sheet of patterned paper to fit the front of an 8 x 8" card blank. Choose a pale print to ensure that your bunting stands out against the background.

  2. Take 12 bunting die-cuts and fold over the top edges of each. Position in rows of four on the card front and cut three 10" lengths of twine. Attach the twine underneath each bunting fold and secure with glue.

  3. Adhere to the card front with 3D foam pads. TIP: If you add a dab of tacky glue to the foam pads, it gives you a little wriggle room before securing in place. Snip off any excess twine.

  4. Die cut or punch various paper circles. Some will need to be bigger to fit certain letters. Take the letters to spell out ‘With much love’ from the Ultimate Pack’s alphabet stickers. Fix to the circles, ensuring that the shades contrast so that the words stand out.

  5. Cut 15 lengths of 12cm twine and tie them all into bows. Using a Bow Maker on its smallest setting helps to do this speedily. Snip the tails to your preferred length and attach in-between each flag and at the end of the rows.