Baggy Messy Rabbit At Christmas Time


Been having a look for some photo`s which sadly i`m feeling have been lost – but came across this workshop I did for the Messy Rabbit backing paper pad

It`s an easy way to add some dimension to your work and later in this piece you`ll see how it works well with decoupage too

So here is Messy Rabbit Christmas card  

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A close up showing the acetate behind the window and also the sparkle on the ledges

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1 .So take the backing paper pad sheet and  cut out the panels in the window and also the fence so you are left with the shapes below

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 2. Cut done the right hand side and top and bottom of the door way

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 3. Attach the panel below to a piece of acetate – I have used a tape pen for this as it is less of a fiddle. Make sure you less at least 2cms blank on the left hand side as this will form the tab for the card

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 4. Now trim the excess acetate off along the bottom of the panel

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 5. and again leave a 2cm tab down the right hand side

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 6. Score and fold the tab over – this will be placed behind the card when it`s all put together to secure the bevelled acetate in place

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 7. Take another backing paper and cut about a 1cm off the left hand edge – this will help marry the design up below when the acetate is bevelled over it 

The mount the whole sheet onto a base card for strengthening – you will end up with a bevelled piece and a flat design too

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8. Secure the tab under the left hand side – I have left it on top so you can see when the tab should be and then bevelled the design and stick down the edge onto the right hand side , just past the door

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9. Attach the rest of the pieces of decoupage and glitter the ledges and roof

Then add a Messy Rabbit to the piece and find as required

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 This is a similar way of using this technique

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Click Here  for details on this card

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Thanks for stopping by – Suzanne x

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