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  • Writer's pictureBonnie Crane


Hello everyone! Welcome back to another MAKE IT AGAIN MONDAY; a bi-weekly Blog and YouTube post. These posts are my way of sharing current and available products and techniques with you that I love! I have a very special acetate Christmas card featuring Picket Fence Studio's A2 Cherry Blossoms Cover Plate .

  • The A2 Cherry Blossoms Cover Plate was die cut two times from black card stock.

  • Tombow glue, a tacky and repositionable adhesive when dry, was applied to the front of one die cut panel and to the back of the other.

  • A panel of acetate was trimmed to 4 1/4" x 5 3/4".

  • After the adhesive was dry on the die cut panels, one panel was lined up to the end of the acetate panel. On the other side of the acetate panel, the other cherry blossoms panel was adhered ensuring both panels were aligned.

  • The first and third flowers, on both the top and the bottom of the panel, were inlaid with red card stock die cuts using clear drying adhesive. Red glitter paper was used for the middle flower.

  • The acetate that extended beyond the die cut panels was scored along the edge of the frame of the cherry blossoms panel and creased. Double-sided tape was applied to the back of this flap.

  • A panel of gold glitter card stock measuring 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" was aligned to the card front and the acetate flap adhered to the back of it creating a hinge for the back panel of the card. The hinge was burnished well with the flat end of a bone folder.

  • A black card stock panel, A2 sized, was adhered to the back of the gold glitter panel hiding the acetate hinge.

  • Picket Fence Studio's Joy Word Die was used to cut gold glitter cardstock. Their Extra Wide Foam Tape was applied to the back of the word to pop it up over the netting of the cart front.


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