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Holiday Cheer with a Christmas Card and Cookie Bag Ensemble

Bring on some holiday cheer with a little extra sparkle and shine in projects like my Christmas card and cookie bag ensemble! The 3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit has everything to achieve that: four 3D Foam Creative Sheets and five colors of foil.

Custom create your own festive embellishments when you combine the two – just die-cuts punch or scissor cut on the 3D Foam Creative Sheets, adhere the shapes, and add foil for that WOW! effect. Let me show you more about how to use these.

Holiday Cheer with a Christmas Card and Cookie Bag Ensemble by Vicki Chrisman for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Making Holiday Cheer

These sheets are so easy to use for die-cutting.  All you do it die cut them just as you would any other piece of paper. You can see in the photo below what it looks like after I’m die cut the Foam Adhesive sheet.

Take the silver foil from the 3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit, I placed the dull side of the foil facing up. Next, remove the top liner of the die cut and place the shape sticky side down over the foil. Transfer the foil to your die-cut (you can rub the foil gently) and remove the sheet. Viola!

See the close up below. Doesn’t it make quite a statement? It adds something extra special to any card or project. For this card, I also added a little silver scalloped border using the steps for the flower die cut.

To assemble my card and cookie bag tag, I used E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable Dispenser.

Even a simple tag can add so much to a little bag of treats.

 

It is the time of the year for giving, so why not make your card or gift stand out and shine with 3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit?  It’s sure to make someone smile!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Vicki

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit
E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable Dispenser
Other:
Patterned Papers: Authentique Paper (Retro Christmas Collection)
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper

DIY Christmas Gift Card Holder Tutorial

Create this DIY gift card holder using tag etched dies and put together with Adhesive Sheets 4 x 6ʺ and Extreme Double-Sided Tape ¼ʺ for a sweet and rustic package!

Hi everyone! Judy here today with this fun gift card holder idea that is easy to make. I always like to wrap a gift card as a package rather than tucked in an envelope. It can be adapted to other occasions, too!  I’ve added a festive tag, along with holly and berries die cuts and the back will have space to personalize it.

DIY Christmas Gift Card Holder Tutorial by Judy Hayes for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

DIY Card Holder Basics

First, die-cut two 3¼ x 5ʺ tags from burlap paper. On check patterned paper, apply Adhesive Sheets 4 x 6ʺ on the back and die-cut another set of tags.  Fastened the patterned check tags to the back of each burlap tag.  By doing this, it gives the burlap texture a great festive look against the check paper!

Next, we will fasten the tags together with a piece of red cardstock which forms the sides and bottom.  To achieve this, cut 2 x 11ʺ piece of red cardstock and score/fold at ¼, 4, 7, and 10¾ʺ as well as ¼ʺ along both long sides.  Extreme Double-Sided Tape ¼ʺ was applied to all edges.  Fold down short ends to make a finished edge.  The long sides fasten to the tags to form the holder.

Tag Details

Use the same patterned check paper and adhere a light color paper with Adhesive Sheets 4 x 6ʺ to create a two-sided patterned paper. Then die-cut with the tag etched die. Next, die-cut holly and berries shapes. Along with a jingle bell, adhere all to tag with Dodz Adhesive Dots Small.  The stamped greeting strip is fastened with E-Z Runner® Micro Refillable Dispenser which is the perfect adhesive for narrow strip of paper! Tie the tag with twine that closes the gift card holder.

There’s even room for a few candies along with a gift card!

Thanks for visiting!  Wishing you all a joyous holiday season!
Judy

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Used:
Adhesive Sheets 4 x 6ʺ
Dodz Adhesive Dots Small
Extreme Double-Sided Tape ¼ʺ
E-Z Runner® Micro Refillable Dispenser
Other:
Authentique Paper: Vintage Christmas Collection; Little B: Tags Dies; DCWV: Burlap Paper; Tim Holtz: Tiny Bells, Holiday Greens Mini Dies; Cardstock: Red, Green and Balsa; Tsukineko/Imagine Crafts: Versafine Ink; Twine

Holiday Trio Ensemble and 12 Days of Christmas 2017 with FaveCrafts

Our Holiday Trio Ensemble is featured on FaveCrafts’ 12 Days of Christmas – Day 10 and we’re overjoyed to be a part of the celebration!

Holiday Trio Ensemble and 12 Days of Christmas 2017 with FaveCraft JOY Trio Ensemble by Margie Higuchi for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

To commemorate this occasion, we are sharing this ensemble tutorial! Get the step-by-step instructions, enter to win a $50 Prize Package of Adhesives! For all the details visit Favecraft by clicking: Handmade JOY Holiday Trio Ensemble.

Creating Giant Paper Snowflakes for the Holidays

Aren’t these giant paper snowflakes fun?! They make an impact on your holiday decor and they don’t cost a fortune to make. Even the kids can get in on the fun!

First, step away from the stapler and the clear tape! Grab yourself an E-Z Runner® Grand Ultra Strong Refill and let’s get started. My kids love when I actually let them use tape runners 🙂 This holiday season I wanted to make some of those HUGE paper twisted snowflakes. I’ve seen them done before, but always with clear tape or staples and I thought… “Hmmm, I’ve got the best adhesive made right here and it would be much faster too.” I was right! So check out my fun paper snowflakes.

Let me show you how with a photo tutorial to make your own. My daughter and I plan on making a bunch more and hanging them everywhere…a winter wonderland indoors! LOL!

Giant Snowflakes Tutorial

  1. Gather six pieces of 80 lb printer/copy paper, scissors and your  E-Z Runner® Grand Ultra Strong Refill.

  1. Fold a piece of paper in and cut off the excess to be left with a square.

  1. Fold that square in half to make a triangle. Then fold again.

  1. Make three cuts on the folded side, making sure to stop about a 1/2″ from the end.

  1. When you unfold it you will have a diamond pattern.

  1. Now it’s time to roll the pieces. Using the E-Z Runner® Grand Ultra Strong Refill put a little adhesive one corner and roll it to the coinciding piece from the other side.

  1. You’ll alternate the direction of the roll with each diamond shape. Meaning you’ll flip the piece to roll every other section. When done you’ll have something like below. Now do six of those with your E-Z Runner® Grand Ultra Strong Refill . Once you have them all complete attach three at a time, then together.

  1. To finish off the snowflake you’ll adhere the sides together with the E-Z Runner® Grand Ultra Strong Refill and you’re done!

  1. I wanted to add some pretty gems to make them sparkle so I use the Dual Tip Glue Pen to place a few gemstones on the snowflake. Love how it turned out.

They make a big impact in an easy way and will add more to the tree.

Creating Giant Paper Snowflakes for the Holidays by Latrice Murphy for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Used:
E-Z Runner® Grand Ultra Strong Refill
HomeHobby by 3L®:
HomeHobby Dual Tip Glue Pen 
Other:
Gemstones; Copy paper

Have fun creating!
Latrice

Layered Christmas Tags Tutorial

Bring interest and fun to your holiday gift wrapping by adding layered Christmas tags! Today I am sharing a way to use up your holiday patterned papers, especially collections that have a full sheet of fun tags.

Hello friends, Latisha here with you!   With just a few supplies like patterned papers, stickers, ribbons and adhesive, you will have beautiful tags to put on your gifts this holiday season.

Layered Christmas Tags Tutorial by Latisha Yoast for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Layered Christmas Tags Tutorial

  1. Scissor cut the tag shapes out of the patterned papers.
  2. Choose coordinating patterned papers and cardstock to die-cut scalloped rectangles with a manual die-cutting machine.  If you do not have a die-cutting machine, cut rectangles using a paper trimmer.

  1. Use coordinating stickers, paper tags and embellishments to adhere and layer with a combination of Crafty Foam Tape White and 3D Foam Squares White Small Size. This will bring your tags to the next level with dimension and interest!

  1. Use assorted ribbons to tie large bows ready to adhere to each tag with Dodz Adhesive Dots Small. They are double-sided, extremely strong and clear circle shaped adhesive, and perfect for adhering embellishments.

  1. Now you have a set of beautiful tags ready to be placed on presents! Who knows, they may end up on the tree as ornaments!

Here are more looks at the finished tags…

Share your handmade tags by putting your links in the comments! Thanks for stopping by!
Latisha

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Used:
3D Foam Squares White Small Size
Crafty Foam Tape
Dodz Adhesive Dots Small
Other:
Patterned Papers: Fancy Pants Designs and Crate Paper
Stickers: Crate Paper
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper
Ribbon; Scissors

Joy Card Tutorial with 3D Foam Snowflakes

If you haven’t started holiday cardmaking, maybe my Joy card tutorial will help because it’s the Season to be Crafting! So let’s get started! Hey crafty friends, Tracy here to share a striking but quick and easy design using 3D Foam Snowflakes with acetate. When adhesive looks this good, why cover it up?

Joy Card Tutorial with 3D Foam Snowflakes by Tracy McLennon for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Joy Card Tutorial

This card was created using some of my go-to favourite adhesives, includes E-Z Runner Ultra, Gold Creative Photo Corners and 3D Foam Squares.

1. Let’s start with creating my card layers. The card base is black cardstock and 5 x 7″ in size (just fold a 10 x 7″ piece in half). The gold cardstock is 4.75 x 6.75″, the white cardstock is 4.5 x 6.5″, the black cardstock is 4.25 x 6.25″ and the acetate is 4 x 6″.

2. I adhered the gold cardstock to the black card base using the E-Z Runner Ultra, as well as the black cardstock to white cardstock layer.

Then I added the Gold Creative Photo Corners to the top layers, and then adhered this layer to the base using 3D Foam Squares.

3. On the back side of the acetate I added the 3D Foam Snowflakes, and some of the larger foam circles also included in the 3D Foam Snowflake package. Adhere this acetate layer to the card.

4. Create a small layered tag white black and white cardstock, and add the letter stickers. Add ribbon as well as baker’s twine to the tag and adhere to the card using 3D Foam Squares.

These beautiful 3D Foam Snowflakes shine centre stage on this card. Pair these with a patterned acetate results in a striking card.

A card like this can be created quickly and replicated easily making your holiday card making just THAT much simpler. This leaves more time for things like opening gifts, eating Christmas cookies or having another glass of eggnog.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Tracy

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Used:
3D Foam Squares White Mix
3D Foam Snowflakes
Creative Photo Corners Gold
E-Z Runner® Ultra Refillable Dispenser
Other:
Cardstock- White, Gold and Black, Letter Stickers (American Crafts), Gold Polka Dot Acetate, Gold Ribbon, Gold & White Baker’s Twine

Dimensional Vintage Ornament using Crafty Foam Tape

This vintage ornament is something I wanted to share with you today. Over the summer, I have been distressing old lids by soaking them in a vinegar and water mixture.

Hi there! Michele here and I did a bunch of them to save for vintage-inspired projects like this one. Let me show you how I created this ornament!

Dimensional Vintage Ornament using Crafty Foam Tape by Michele Kovack for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Assembling my Vintage Ornament

  1. Die-cut a circle shape from watercolor paper to fit inside the lid.
  2. Next, sponge ink and sprinkled a bit of water on the circle in keeping with the vintage look.
  3. Stamp the image in black ink. Colored it with Copic Markers. Note: I added a bit of shine to her eyelids, lips, and wings with a Wink a Stella pen.  I applied Dual Tip Glue Pen underneath her and sprinkled glitter.  I layered two coats to keep it fairly dimensional. Let Dry.
  4. For the circle to pop up and not be flushed with the lid, stack three layers of Crafty Foam Tape on the inside of the lid and adhered the circle in place.

  1. Die-cut the poinsettia flowers and colored it with Copic Markers.  Again, I applied Dual Tip Glue to adhere the glitter.  I set it aside to dry. Then assemble the poinsettia.

  1. Add two layers of Crafty Foam Tape under the poinsettia to pop it up a bit.  Tuck a bit of sparkly string under the flower and secure with a Dodz Adhesive Dots Medium.
  2. Finally, I added a bit of Silver Stickles and little gems around the perimeter of the image for interest.
  3. Thread ribbon through the punched hole and it’s ready to be hung on the tree!

Thanks for stopping by!
Michele

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
Crafty Foam Tape
Dodz Adhesive Dots Medium
HomeHobby by 3L®:
Dual Tip Glue Pen
Other:
Rusty Lid, Stamp (Crafty Secrets), Glitter (Martha Stewart), Wink of Stella pen, Etched Dies (Spellbinders), Copic Markers, Gems (Queen & Co.), string, flower centers, black ink

Buffalo Plaid Shaker Card with Keepsake Envelopes

Do you love the look of Shaker Cards but find them a little intimidating to make?  I always thought they would be really challenging.  BUT once I discovered the Keepsake Envelopes, the creation of Shaker Cards got a lot easier.  Today I am going to show you how I created a simple Buffalo Plaid Shaker Card featuring Keepsake Envelopes.

Buffalo Plaid Shaker Card Featuring Keepsake Envelopes

I knew I wanted to keep things simple with a white background because I wated to be able to incorporate the trendy Buffalo Plaid patterned paper I had on hand.

Buffalo Plaid Shaker Card featuring Keepsake Envelopes Tutorial:

I started things off by adding white cardstock into this envelope. It’s the biggest envelope in the pack measuring 5 inches X 4.6 inches.  I then added sequins into it.  I did spend some time debating whether to use a patterned paper in lieu of white.  Ultimately I thought that would make things too busy so I stuck with white.

I cut out a 5 inch by 5 inch frame and used my E-Z Runner® to secure that to the front of the Keepsake Envelope.  Next I peeled the adhesive backing off of the Keepsake Envelope and adhered it to black cardstock.  I cut the black cardstock to be a 5 1/4 inch square so it would act as a mat for the shaker.

Following that I pulled out my Crafty Foam Tape and used it on the perimeter and center of my black cardstock. I attached that to the base of my card which was already covered in the same Buffalo Plaid patterned paper. Although I thought it might not work to have them up against each other, I actually like how unique it looks!

Lastly I added embellishments – a sticker sentiment and a couple stickers along with a ribbon bow.  I secured the ribbon with a couple of Dodz Adhesive Dots Mini  to make sure it would stay in place.

Thanks so much for joining me today.

-Christine

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Used:
E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser
Crafty Foam Tape White
Keepsake Envelopes
Dodz Adhesive Dots Mini

Other Supplies: Patterned Paper & Stickers from Photo Play Paper, Stickers from Carta Bella, Ephemera from My Mind’s Eye

 

 

Coffee Christmas Card with Coffee Lovers

A sweet and warm Coffee Christmas Card greets you for the Coffee Lovers Winter 2017 Blog Hop! Yvonne van de Grijp created this card using a combination of E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser and 3D Foam Squares White Mix to share with you today.

We are excited to be a participant and a SUPER SPONSOR too! The Coffee Lovers community is a coffee-loving (or tea or cocoa) group of card makers open to everyone. Their blog serves up inspirational coffee-related posts and seasonal coffee blog hops that anyone can join!  Blogging participants get a chance to win giveaways!

Coffee Christmas Card by Yvonne van de Grijp

How I love the smell of a freshly brewed cup of coffee in the early morning! Especially in winter when it’s still a bit chilly and overlooking the cold (and in Holland often wet) weather outside. So for all you coffee lovers, I made a coffee themed Christmas card – perfect for the season and friends!

Coffee Christmas Card by Yvonne van de Grijp for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Winter 2017)

Making my Coffee Christmas Card

  1. Trim white cardstock to a desired size and stamp upon the sentiment in the centre.
  2. Stamp, color and die-cut multiple coffee cups and accessory images.
  3. Adhere the images to the card using 3D Foam Squares White Mix. Use multiple layers of 3D Foam Squares to layer the cups and give your card extra depth such as put one foam square behind a saucer and stack two foam squares behind the cup. If needed, cut 3D Foam Squares in half to fit the die cuts.

  1. Wrap some bakers twine around the card and affix the card front onto a white card base.
  2. Affix the card front onto green cardstock using the E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser.

  1. Finish the card with some star-shaped rhinestones.

Here’s a second look at the card.

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Used:
E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser
3D Foam Squares White Mix
Other supplies used:
Stamps and Etched Dies: Lawn Fawn (Love You Latte Stamp and Dies Set); Black Ink; Acrylic Stamp Block; Copic Markers; Star-shaped Rhinestones; Paper Trimmer

For more inspiration and to link up, click: Coffee Lovers Winter 2017 Blog Hop

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A Trio of Christmas Card Creations

Showing off my trio of Christmas card creations with Adhesive Sheets and glitter to WEAR YOUR ADHESIVES ON THE OUTSIDE to get you motivated! Hello everyone, Jana here with some simple Christmas cards for you.

I am always late with sending out Christmas cards, so I really love to create simple cards – just add a few stamps and elements. These came out great and I can’t wait to send them out to some friends.

Trio of Christmas Card Creations & Tutorial by Jana Maiwald McCarthy

The Adhesive Sheets are so easy to use, you just need to cut out your shapes or use a die cutting machine to get some shapes you want.I started with some craft paper cards and my star punches.

Christmas Card Creations with Stars Tutorial

On the front of my card base, I placed my star die in the center and used my die-cutting machine to cut the shape out. With the E-Z Runner® Ultra Refillable Dispenser, I covered the open space with vellum. The permanent adhesive is awesome for vellum, you can’t really see it.

Looking at the above image, I did the following:
1. Punch out my star shape on the Adhesive Sheets 4×6″.
2. Peel off the yellow liner paper and press it on the card base (white liner side up).
3. Take the white liner paper off and sprinkle glitter over the star.
4. Press the glitter down with my finger to make sure it’s secured and stays in place!

I added some stamps and this card is done!

Trio of Christmas Card Creations by Jana McCarthy

 

The second card was made like the first one. The difference is instead of a cut out in the center, you place your adhesive shape in the center and add a wreath embellishment on top.

Trio of Christmas Card Creations by Jana McCarthy

 

Christmas Card Creations with Heat Emboss Tutorial

Now the last card was a big surprise to me! A “new to me” technique, heat emboss adhesive sheets, was quite exciting to discover! I heat emboss glitter on the Adhesive Sheet and guess what, it works well!! Like with all heating tools, make sure you don’t overheat your embellishment.

Referring to the above image, I did the following steps:
1. Scissor cut out of an Adhesive Sheet, simple Christmas tree shapes.
2. Peel off the yellow liner paper and press it on to cardstock (white liner side up).
3. Take the white liner paper off and sprinkle glitter embossing powder over the shapes.
4. Using a heating tool, melt the powder.

5. Fussy cut the embossed trees.
6. Add white acrylic paint over my card front so the trees will stand out more.
7. Place 3D Foam Squares White Small in back of trees for dimension and place on card front.
8. Stamp sentiment on white cardstock, cut into a ribbon banner and add to card front.
9. Finally, add two blue star shape rhinestones to the tops of trees.

Trio of Christmas Card Creations -Jana McCarthy

 

Have you sent out your cards already? Tell me I am not the only one who is always late! LOL!

Thanks for stopping by here today

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
Adhesive Sheets 4×6″
3D Foam Squares White Small
E-Z Runner® Ultra Refillable Dispenser
Dual Tip Glue Pen

Other:
LawnFawn, Crate Paper, Kelly Stamps, Stampendous