Gardening Gift Apron Card by Kay

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Step 1: Cut out two white aprons, and one patterned paper apron. An apron pocket and the folded strip to make the apron into a card.

Step 2: Ink the edges with a matching ink if desired. Inking the edges gives it a more finished look.

Step 3: Adhere one of the white aprons to the back of the patterned paper apron.
Apply adhesive as shown below to join pieces into a card.
Please note: if you want the neck loop to be hidden you can add that before step 3. I chose to add my neck loop after so I can adjust it for mailing it in an A2 sized envelope.

Step 4: Crease the folds on the pocket, ink and adhere to apron.
Cut the neck piece - one in patterned paper and one in white. Adhere together. This adds strength.

Step 5: I fed the neck loop into the slits at the top.

Step 6: Cut out the garden tools and gloves. I cut the tools from green cardstock and silver cardstock.

Step 7: Adhere the tools and gloves to the apron. Add sentiment, buttons etc. as desired.

Step 8: I made a matching envelope by cutting a strip of the patterned paper to the envelope.

You could also put the gift card and pocket on the inside of the card.

Aren’t these cute!? Makes me want to garden. Well, almost... I’d rather make cards!

Author:  Kay Norman (CreatedbyKay) 
Instagram: @kaycbyk
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