Today is my turn on Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Blog! Did you know you can easily cut our 3D Foam Creative Sheets with a wafer thin die?! Let me show you how I created a fun dimensional accent on my gift card holder for an upcoming graduate. Can you believe it's that time of the year?!
I am over at Faber-Castell® Design Memory Craft® Blog! This weekend is Mother's Day and I am far away from mine. So I took a picture of my mom and me from our last visit together and made a scrapbook page.
I wanted to try the new Texture Cards set to create my background. So I grabbed my Whipped Spackle and cardstock to make a sample board on each Texture Card. This is how it came out... Hard to choose, right? LOL! But I ended up choosing Texture Card #8
First I embellished the 3D Foam Pennants with an embossing folder for design and dimension. I used waxed paper to place them (with the top liner on) in the folder embossing in my manual die cutting machine.
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This is the inside which I added layers and layers of tissue papers cut with flower die template to create a focal point with a simple sentiment.
This is the close up of the flap...
To achieve this project, I searched on the internet on how to create an explosion box purse and got to work using Garden Journal and Garden Journal Bloom patterned papers from Bo Bunny's Garden Journal Collection. E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips did the trick on adhering everything together. Hook and loop tape was added as a closure.
For the inside of the box, I wanted something with sparkle so I cut about 30 layers of white tissue paper with a flower die template, pierced a hole in the middle and secured with a brad. Then I bunched up a few layers at a time to create dimension and volume.
In a puddle of water I added a brush full (maybe 1/2 teaspoon) of Pigment Powder - Pink (coming soon!) to mix and then brushed onto the tissue paper blossom for color and shimmer.
For the purse flap, I placed Garden Journal Airy patterned paper onto 3D Foam Creative Sheet and cut with an ornate frame die template. Next I cut/embossed a butterfly die with Garden Journal Airy (back side) patterned paper and stencil Wasabi Glitter Paste through the die. Let settle for a minute or two, gently take it out of the die and let dry.
Added Double Dot Think Pink Jewels and then the embellished butterfly die cut on top. Place the embellishment onto the flap. There you have it! Something for Mother's Day, birthday day...really any occasion and so easy to create!
Today I wanted to wish my sweet friend, Beth, a wonderful Happy Birthday~!! Can't believe we've known each other for close to 20 years :) Where did the time go? LOL!!
Using Lawn Fawn papers, stamp set with matching dies and of course, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products, I created this CAS (Clean And Simple) card for HER...check out the step outs on Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Blog!
Today I am on Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Blog! Since it's the day before Easter, I thought I would share a QUICK & EASY 3D Foam Easter Shape Tag. So for those last minute folks (COUGHmeCOUGH), this is for you - LOL!
Did you know you can use many different kinds of mediums to apply ON TOP of your 3D Foam Shapes? Mediums such as glitter, foil, pigment powder, flock and more. I tried our Pigment Powder - Brown (for chocolate eggs = YUM!) and purple micro beads. Totally impressed on how the micro beads stuck on the bunny shape and love the texture it created.