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Screen Sensation Flower Power

Brighten up a loved ones day with this stunning sunflower make.

  • Papercraft
  • 1-2 hours
  • Intermediate

Tools and materials required

  • Screen Sensation Starter Kit
  • Screen Sensation Fixing Tape
  • Screen Sensation 7 x 5 Aperture Frame
  • Screen Sensation Ink, Cool Grey
  • Screen Sensation Sunflower 7 x 5 Screen Card: White; Kraft, red
  • White ribbon
  • Cardstock: white, red
  • Midas Touch Foil, silver
  • Adhesives
  • Glue pen
  • Black pen
  • Foam pads


Attach the sunflower screen onto the aperture frame with fixing tape. Insert the frame back into the lid of the Screen Sensation unit and print the sunflower image with cool grey ink onto white card. Remove from the unit and set aside to allow the ink to dry.


Trim around the sunflower print to create a 10.5cm x 15.5cm rectangle. Trim the corners just above the print for a more interesting shape. Use a quickie glue pen to trace around the outside frame of the print and apply the foil once the glue has dried.


Matt the sunflower print onto an 11.5cm x 16.5cm red card and trim the corners to match the printed layer. Cut a 14cm x 18cm white and draw faux stitching around the edges with a black pen. Matt onto a 15cm x 19cm kraft card, then attach the printed layer to the centre of the white.


To make the base, cut a 15cm x 30cm white card. Fold in half to make a square blank, then the front of the card in half again. Layer a 13cm square white card onto 14cm square kraft, then attach to the inside of the base.


Secure a 5cm x 12cm red card onto a 5.5cm x 12.5cm kraft and attach it using foam pads on the inside layers to create a stopper for the easel greeting. Apply tape to the right of the crease line on the front and fix the printed layers so when the card is open, they stand up and the stopper holds everything in place. Tie a knot with ribbon, trim the ends and glue to the centre of the stopper.


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