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Simple, bold elements give these cards a sophisticated feel. Let the double-sided feature of Neon Color Explosion help you easily recreate these stylish designs.
Fold a piece of Neon Color Explosion in half to create a card. Choose to make one of the cards shown or use your imagination to make up your own design.
To make the butterfly design, trim the card down to a square shape. Cut out squares in different colors and use a glue stick to attach them to the card. Draw a butterfly on another piece of paper. Cut out the butterfly and use a glue stick to attach it to the card. See your creativity take wings and fly!
To create the "bloom" design, trim about an inch (2.54 cm) from one end of the card. This will allow the other side of the paper to show so you can see two colors at once. Cut out a variety of flowers in different colors and shapes. Use the glue stick to attach the flowers to the card, layering them for a dimensional effect. Use the markers to add colorful accents and add a message like "bloom". Your fabulous flowers card is ready for someone to enjoy.
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