1. Read the instructions below for paper napkin applique using fusible web. You will need 1/4 of the paper napkin to use as a background scene. This gets directly ironed on to the blank white card behind the aperture. Any excess hanging over the edges gets cut away. Close the card so that the napkin motif is enclosed within it.
2. Select motifs of a second 1/4 of the paper napkin. Follow the “Paper Napkin Applique with Fusible Web” tutorial for fusing the web onto the backside of the napkins. Cut the motifs roughly out, remove the paper backing, iron on to the white cardstock and then cut the motifs exactly out. Depending on your paper napkin, the motifs could be anything that can be individually cut out to use as a 2nd layer. In this card, the tree and the sledding children were used.
3. Apply 3-D foam or pads to the backside of the motifs and position them on the card over the same original motif. The figures now look 3-D on the card.
4. Embellish the card with dimensional paint to give it a snowy look. Dot the sky with snowflakes and enhance anything that needs snow. Let the paint thoroughly dry.