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Cherish Yesterday Card with 3D Foam Leaves And 3D DODZ™

Hello everyone! Asia King here. Today I have gone into a ‘blooming’ overdrive with my inspirational card as my card is full of handmade florals :).

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A while back Angela Ploegman posted this awesome cupcake card where she used the 3D Designer Shapes for stamping. I fell in love with this idea and wanted to try it out. So I used 3D Foam Leaves to stamp my leafy background wreath. Once I had my leaves stamped I used the impressions as a guide for further detailing with my pencils. Once I was happy with my leaves I added an inspirational quote as my focal point of the card highlighted with a gold pen.

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To create my daisies I punched the flowers from patterned paper and added some definition and shape with an embossing tool. To attach the layers I used DODZ™ – Medium. Once my layers were secured I added my lovely enameled flower centres which I created by heat embossing the DODZ™ – 3D.

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To secure my  flower compositions I added two handfuls of DODZ™ – 3D and DODZ™ – Medium. I also tucked in several 3D Foam Leaves covered with Brown Pigment Powder. Once all my elements were in place I added some paint highlights and a light misting with white ink spray and my own DIY sprays made from Gold and Brown Pigment Powders.

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DODZ™ – 3DDODZ™ – Medium, 3D Foam LeavesMyStik® Permanent Strips, Pigment Powders – Brown, Gold (Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®)

Other supplies:

Stampendous – Cling Cherish Dream; Mahogany Tinsel Embossing Powder

Inktense pencils – Derwent; Spiced Chai StazOn Mini ink

patterned papers; kraft cardstock, green handmade paper, DecoArt Chalky Finish – Lace paint, gold pen, flower punches (Woodware), suede twines and ribbon (May Arts).

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration – I’d love to hear what you think! Thank you for stopping by today and see you next time!

Big crafty hugs

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Pretty Gift Bag – An Inspired Tutorial!

Hi everyone, Christine here today with a tutorial for a gift bag.  I was inspired to make this after seeing AJ’s post – Mother’s Day ensemble where she layered up gorgeous peach embellishments with a doily die cut.   Here is my take on AJ’s project.Christine Emberson Pretty Gift Bag

Firstly, I adhered patterned paper (My Mind’s Eye – Fancy That!) to my kraft gift bag using E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable.

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I attached a flower embellishment (Kaisercraft – Forget Me Not) using  3D Foam Squares – Small White.

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I continued to layer up embellishments – die cut hearts using E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable.

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Final additions a flower and a Happy Birthday stamped banner secured with  Crafty Power Tape.

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Knowing the 3D Foam Squares are so easy to apply makes this a speedy job – brilliant if you have to make more than one gift bag!

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Thank you for stopping by today, take a look back through previous blog posts and see what inspires you, happy crafting :)



Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L:  E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable3D Foam Squares Small White and  Crafty Power Tape

Spellbinders dies: Marisa’s Bouquet, Classic Hearts, Delicate Doilies

Papers: My Mind’s Eye – Fancy That!

Other supplies: Kraft gift bag, white card, stamped sentiment, flower embellishment – Kaisercraft – Forget Me Not.


An Inspired Happy Birthday Card

Hello friends! It’s Beth and I have been inspired by one of AJ Otto’s cards. AJ has a way of creating in a clean and fresh style. Sometimes I find myself over-thinking, so I decided to follow along her Hello Card tutorial.

Happy Birthday Card by Beth Pingry

I didn’t create another tutorial myself, but I did make some adjustments. I used a paper collection, and instead of layering a circle die cut and tag, I used an image and patterned papers, then layered a vellum tag die cut onto it. I inked the edges and wrapped it with twine tied to the vellum. I layered with 3D Foam Squares.

I die cut the vellum with Adhesive Sheets, they’re great for edge to edge coverage especially on see-through vellum! I also used Adhesive Sheets for the Happy Birthday die cut.


This was a fast and fun way to create, and I love that AJ did the hard part! Thanks AJ, you’re the best!

Need more inspiration? Follow Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L on Pinterest!



You’re a Gem Card using Crafty Power Tape to Create a Background


Hello, AJ here with card I copied myself on.  :)  One of my favorite things to do is to create my own background, and it’s so incredibly easy with Crafty Power Tape!

You're a Gem card by AJ OttoYou can see my Gold Foil card that I use as an inspiration starting point.  Basic same idea, with a few less stripes, and whole lot more open space.

AJOtto-youreagem-2To start, lay your Crafty Power Tape down, butting each piece up to the next.


Remove the backing, and press down your product of choice- glitter, foil, here I am using Zoom Creative Sheets. AJOtto-youreagem-4I then want to add another stripe going across in a different direction.  AJOtto-youreagem-5I then stamped my image and sentiment, and am popping it up with 3D Foam Squares.AJOtto-youreagem-6Here’s an angled shot where you can see the Wink of Stella Glitter, I just love how it adds just the right amount of sparkle!


Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Products used: Crafty Power Tape, 3D Foam Squares

Avery Elle Stamps, Zoom Creative Products, inks, cardstock, clothes pin, sequins, thread, Wink of Stella, Spellbinders dies, embossing powder, heat tool, Versa Mark ink.

Elegant and Simple 50th Anniversary Card Tutorial

It is wedding season which also means that anniversaries are coming up! I was asked to create a 50th wedding anniversary card – what an honor! I’d like to share how I created this beautiful 50th wedding anniversary card – so simple! PROMISE!


Elegant and Simple 50th Anniversary Card by Margie Higuchi


First I cut/embossed the frame die set with a combination of white cardstock and gold mirror cardstock. I embossed the largest die cut to create texture and interest.


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I found another oval die that fit perfectly into the oval space and a landing area for the butterfly. The layers that are mentioned so far were adhered by E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips onto the white card base.


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After cutting/embossing the butterfly die, I applied DODZ™ Medium to its center and placed it on the card front. Are you familiar with our Dodz™ products? It is a double-sided, clear adhesive easy to use. They have a strong bond making them perfect for intricate objects like this butterfly die cut. Love their single dot dispenser – no fighting the stickness! LOL!


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I gently bent the butterfly’s wings for dimension and added a pearl in the center. It’s ready to given…another look.


Elegant and Simple 50th Anniversary Card by Margie Higuchi


Supplies List:
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: DODZ™ Medium and E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips
Dies: Spellbinders® Creative Arts (EG-001 Graduated Dots Embossing Folder (retired), S2-069 Outrageous Butterfly, S5-230 Romantic Rose and S6-012 5 x 7 Mystical Embrace); Cardstock and Card Base: Darice/Core’dinations ColorCore® Cardstock (white cardstock and card base) and WorldWin® Papers (Gold Mirror Paper); Pearl: Want2Scrap©

Elegant and simple to re-create. I hope you give a try! If you are looking for more wedding themed project, visit Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Wedding Projects.

Thanks for stopping by!

Any Occasion Card

Hi everyone! It’s Lisa on the blog today and I thought it would be fun to share a card that could be used for so many upcoming occasions. Grads, Dads, Congrats, or just Thinking of You.


Cute, huh? And super easy, too!

Just cut a piece of white cardstock into 4¼ x 5½ (A2 sized) and score it on the horizontal – the long- edge to start.

1. Die cut the Globe twice using two different colors of cardstock. Punch a circle out of typing paper. Using the E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable completely coat the typing paper with adhesive and lay the pieces of the Globe die cut over it. This will help the tiny pieces fit and adhere.

2. Die cut the Globe “holder” out of black cardstock. Place 3D Foam Squares in Black Mix and adhere the Globe on top.

3. Stamp sentiment in black pigment ink, emboss using clear embossing powder. Cut strips of cardstock into ¼” strips. Draw light pencil line from edge to edge on a diagonal. Cover open area with E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips. Lay strips of cardstock over adhesive. Burnish to ensure hold. Trim from back.

4. Die cut red heart. Place one Thin 3D Foam Square, Mix White on the back and adhere to Globe.


5. Apply E-Z Runner® Permanent Fine Adhesive to the back of the completed Globe and adhere to card front. Coat heart with a high gloss medium.

6. Wrap baker’s twine around card twice and tie in bow. To secure, place Dodz™ Medium on tip of scissors and slide under knot. Press down.


For extra embellishments add enamel dots.



From Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable
E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips
E-Z Runner® Permanent Fine Adhesive
Dodz™ Medium
3D Foam Squares – Black Mix
Thin 3D Foam Squares – Mix White

Other Supplies:
Cardstock – My Favorite Things
Dies – Let’s Go, Here Globe (Technique Tuesday)
Stamp – Look Out World (Technique Tuesday)
Accessories – Enamel Dots (My Mind’s Eye), Glaze (Fun Stamper’s Journey), Wink of Stella (Kuretake Zig), Baker’s Twine (Unknown source).


Congrats Card

Latisha here with you today, sharing a “Congrats” card, perfect for Graduation, Wedding, Baby, Bridal Shower, New Home or really anything warranting a congratulations. It seems like I always need a “congrats” card in the summer.


Since I am using a paper collection, creating this card was fairly simple.

1.  Cut/score white cardstock to create card base.

2. Trim pattern paper to size & adhere to the card front using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares (white, small).

3. Adhere buttons to the clothespin using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Dodz™ Small.

IMG_90204.  Attach clothespin to pattern paper, adhere the pattern paper to the card front using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares (white, small).


5.  Adhere the congrats and die cut to the card using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L E-Z Dots Permanent Refillable.

6. Adhere the circle diecut to the card using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares (white, small).

7. Adhere the blue button onto the circle diecut using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Dodz Small.

8. Attach twine to the clothespin.


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Materials Used:

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares (white, small)

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Dodz™ Small

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable

Fancy Pants Designs Office Suite Pattern Paper Collection & Diecuts

May Arts Twine



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You Rock My Boat Card with Crafty Foam Tape

Happy Memorial Day! It’s Erica and today I’m sharing a card I created using Crafty Foam Tape – White.



First, I adhered pattern paper to the base of my card using an E-Z Dots®Permanent dispenser.

Next, I adhered the sentiment, sticker and flowers using Crafty Foam Tape – White. Crafty Foam Tape – White is one of my favorite adhesives because it adds dimension to any project.

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Here are a few close-ups:

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Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L


  • Authentique Paper, Seaside


  • Authentique Paper, Seaside – details, 3″x4″ journaling cards
  • Petaloo & Prima Marketing – flowers
  • Celebrate It – ribbon


  • Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Ink

Thanks for joining me today!

Erica Houghton

Sweet Birthday Card

Good morning! Michele here with a fun little birthday card using a Lawn Fawn set and some of my favorite Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products! I used this cute baking set, heat embossed it in white and added color with water color markers.  Each item was then cut out.

I adhered each one using Crafty Foam Tape in White.  I love popping items up on a card!  I adhered the panel of scattered baking items to polka dot paper using E-Z Squares®.

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I kept my flowers, ribbons, and sequins all in place using DODZ™- Small.  baking close twoThank you for stopping by today! have a wonderful Sunday!



Notebook with Keepsake Envelope – inspired by Flo Teixeira

Hi there,

Stephanie here today to show you a cute little Note Book with a Keepsake Envelope on the cover.


I used a great tutorial for a Mini Album from Flo Teixeira she made for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® two years ago. It’s such a great idea and so beautiful as a little gift. I’m a big fan of Flo’s work, it’s always lovely and soft.

I followed her instruction to create this tiny little book. All the steps are very clear and easy. I also used the E-Z Dots® Permanent to adhere it all together. But I gave my book a Keepsake Envelope for a gift voucher instead of a pocket in front of the cover.


Above the envelope I used a sticker where I can add the name of this gift.

Inside my book you can find some patterned paper and also white and checked paper.



Check out our gallery with a lot of beautiful tutorials and inspirations at the blog of Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®. On the left side you can find different categories to find ideas easily.

Have a nice day!

Stephanie :-)

Supplies from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®

Keepsake Envelopes

E-Z Dots Permanent

Paper from Prima Marketing

Sticker from Webster’s Pages

Twine from Garn & Mehr

Crop a Dile Memory Keepers