Sometimes a design tells you more about the artist than she meant to give away. “If only real custard creams were as big as these, they might last a bit longer with my cup of tea!” sighs Angela. Enough said. A key ingredient in the realistic look of these biscuits is the surface textures, which have been achieved by embossing the details and then picking them out with a mixture of shading and white ink highlights. Add a filling of felt, ribbon, glitter and sparkling seed beads, and that jammy heart looks very nearly sweet enough to eat.
This is a pdf article, first published in Papercraft inspirations magazine. It includes a step-by-step guide for how to make a biscuit card. All shopping lists and supplies suggestions in this pdf were correct at the time of publication, but you may need to improvise and shop around for supplies if items are no longer in the shops.
You'll find the templates for this project below, under 'Need a hand with this project?'.
If you love these cards, check out more gorgeous designs by Angela Poole on The Making Spot!