Tutorial:How to make umbrellas

Hello, crafty friends!

We don't really see much rain in winter, do we? Do you miss those days when you went out with an umbrella? Adults may find rainy days very annoying. But for children, rainy days are very happy, we will use our own little umbrella to pretend to be a gentleman, or a small umbrella disguised as an agent, as if holding a concealed pistol. Although we have grown up, but we can still regain that passion, that innocence of childhood.

The first project is made with Kokorosa Metal Cutting Dies With Umbrellas. A card like this is perfect to give to your children, and your children will love it. So let's see how you can use this die to make the following project!

What you need to prepare for making this card:

Marker Pens

Liquid Glue

PVC Paper

Ink Pad

Cardstock Paper

Handcraft Scissors

Sponge Daubers

Curved Bent Tip Tweezers

Phrase Clear Stamps

How to make it:

Step 1: Start by using the Umbrellas dies to make some umbrellas pieces. 

Step 2: Paint the small pieces of paper of the Umbrellas with the corresponding color.

Step 3: Adhere those painted umbrellas on the background

Step 4: Stick on little tags or any other label you like.

So here we are, a card with a innocent feel. Isn't this an awesome card? If you like this card, then you can try making it follow my steps.

Also, has it been a while since you updated your crafting boxes? We've been adding a lot of new arrival cutting dies to our shop over the last few days. If you feel you need to refresh your boxes or you are interested in other best sell cutting dies in our shop, why not take a look at my website hopefully you'll find what you're looking for when you browse through these items.

Do you have any more cards that you don't know how to make and would like to know how to make them? If so, leave me a comment below! I'll read every comment with care! If there's anything else you'd like to read, just let me know and I'll put it on schedule! In the meantime, I'll be sharing some great card creations in the next blog, so hopefully, you will get some inspiration from them.


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