Fiskars Papercraft Tools Card Tutorials with Maxine

Always keen to try out new tools I was happy to have the chance to use the new Fiskars tool collection on my latest card tutorials. Using a variety of key products from the range I have 3 cards to share with you today. I have used the gorgeous Grace Taylor papers for these cards.Grace Taylor papers for these cards.

Flower Window Card 

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For this card I have used the Fiskars Intricate Shape Lotus Punch and the Fiskars Everywhere Window Honeycomb Punch. Shape Lotus Punch and the Fiskars Everywhere Window Honeycomb Punch. Fiskars Everywhere Window Honeycomb Punch

1.Take a 6x6 white blank card and use the everywhere punch to create 3 windows down the left side of your card. 

2.Cut a piece of pink card stock to 14.5x14.5 and glue to the inside of the card blank. Take 3 green blossoms and glue them on top of the pink card so you can see them through the windows, add pink gems to the centre of the blossoms. 

3.Cut a piece of pink card stock to 8.5 x 14.5cm, mat and layer with blue spot paper cut to 8x14cm, glue to the front of your card blank. Add the Believe in your dreams stickers to the top of the card. 

4.Punch the lotus flower design out of card, use a light and a dark pink for definition, glue the dark pink flower under the sticker, followed by the light pink, add a blue gem to the centre of the lotus flower. 

Stamped Floral Card 

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I love the Fiskars continuous stamping wheel as it takes the mess and effort out of stamping and gives a great effect to your card projects.   Fiskars continuous stamping wheel as it takes the mess and effort out of stamping and gives a great effect to your card projects.  

1.Take a 5x7 Kraft card and turn it landscape, cut a piece of red cardstock to 17.5x12.5cm and layer with a piece of red polka paper trimmed to 17x12cm, glue onto the card base. 

2.Put the daisy stamp into the wheel and using black ink roll a strip of flowers onto some Kraft card. Trim it to 15x5cms and layer on some red Kraft card cut to 15.5x5.5cm. Mount onto the centre of the card using foam squares.

3.Finish the card with a sentiment sticker in the bottom right corner and add a Grace Taylor flower sticker in the top right corner.  

Flower Punch Posy 

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I had a lot of fun using the Fiskars Flower Squeeze punch to make this pretty flower card, you can build up fab flower designs with it. 

1.Take a White 6x6 card blank and cover with floral paper cut to 14.5x14.5cm.

2. From the Grace Taylor Modern cabin dies cuts take the banner and fix it to the centre of the card using foam tape. Add the love sentiment on top. 

3.Punch out 10 larger pink petals using your punch and make two flowers with a yellow centre. 

4.Punch our 20 small pink petals and makeup four flowers with yellow centres.

5.Stick 1 large flower and 2 small flowers in the top left and bottom right corners using foam tape. 


What one tool could you not craft without? Tell us your favourite tool below & don’t forget to show us your Papercraft makes in the Trimcraft project gallery. Trimcraft project gallery. 



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