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DIY New Year’s Cards

Style News  /   /  By Nina Louie
Whether you're sending post-Christmas thank you cards  or New Year's cards to celebrate 2013, it's always more fun to make them yourself. You'll need: glitter, glue, foam brushes & spouncers, thick paper, and scissors. Start by folding the paper in half to create your card shape. If tearing from a ringed pad, trim the edge and use it as a stencil for your glitter motif: -Paint the glue over your stencil with a foam brush. -Remove the stencil. -Sprinkle glitter over the glue. -Shake the card clean. Or, create circle-themed cards: -Dip the spouncer into your glue bottle cap. -Dot the glue onto your paper in a cute pattern. Try classic circles and whimsical snail shapes, too. -Sprinkle glitter over the glue. Mix colors to create a pretty ombre effect. -Shake the card clean.
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