Using your His & Hers cover gift from issue 195

Thomas Poad, Senior Production Editor

Make this beautiful feminine design or this fab Father's Day make using the stamps from your His & Hers cover gift from issue 195 of Cardmaking & Papercraft. There are 55 stamps within the set, so the cardmaking ideas are endless!

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You’ll need:

  • Your cover gift
  • White and coloured card
  • Floral-patterned paper
  • Masking tape
  • Die-cutting machine
  • Circle dies
  • Black ink pad
You are sew wonderful
1 Cover the front of a 120mm square base with floral-patterned paper layered onto red card.
2 Randomly stamp the flowers onto a 100mm square piece of card using red ink. Layer this onto a slightly larger piece of red card and add to the base with foam pads.
3 Stamp and colour the sewing machine onto white card. Mask the word ‘sew’ from the sentiment and stamp using black ink. Reapply the masking tape to cover the rest of the sentiment and stamp the word ‘sew’ in red ink. 
4 Die cut the image with a 70mm circle die and layer onto a scalloped circle of aqua patterned paper. Layer onto a red circle. Attach to the centre of the base using foam pads.
 
Happy Father’s Day
1 Layer a 110mm square of white card onto brown paper and attach to a 120mm square base. Using a 70mm circle die, cut a semicircle from the right side of a 65x105mm piece of red patterned paper. Attach to the left-hand side of the base. 
2 Stamp the shed onto white card, adding the ‘Dad’ sentiment above the door and colour in. Cut out with a 65mm circle die and add to the base with foam pads.
3 Stamp the sentiment onto a 120x40mm strip of white card and layer onto brown paper. Add to the bottom of the base with foam pads.
4 Stamp and colour some of the tools and cut out. Attach to either side of the sentiment. Die cut clouds from brown paper and attach to the base.
 
See more inspiring projects in issue 195 of Cardmaking & Papercraft here
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