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Layout – Let Your Dreams Fly High

Hi there, it’s Stephanie here today with a layout.

It’s about the third birthday of my daughter, where she is riding a pony for the first time. She was so happy about it. We spent a really gorgeous day at a children’s zoo.

Stephanie_Layoutdreamsflyhigh_1My Journaling is behind the little card on the left side and this card is in Keepsake Envelope from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®. I put also some lovely sequins in it.

Stephanie_Layoutdreamsflyhigh_2To adhere the papers, cards and ribbons I used the E-Z Dots® Permanent – Refillable

Stephanie_layoutdreamsflyhigh_3The little Butterflies and the sentiment are stamps from the new spring stamp set “Let your dreams fly high” I designed for Whiff of Joy.

Supplies from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®

E-Z Dots® Permanent – Refillable

Keepsake Envelope

Other Supplies I used:

Stamps “Let your dreams fly high” Stephanie Schütze Design from Whiff of Joy

All about me Paper “Celebrate with me” from Prima Marketing

ATC Cards “Insta Scraps” from Leeza Gibbons Prima Marketing

Ribbons from Maya Roads

Embellishments Decorative Buttons “Daily Stories” from Teresa Collins

Vellum Shapes “Oh Darling” from Crate Paper

Thanks for visiting today!

Stephanie

Create Your Own Roller Stamp!

Hello blog readers! It’s Angela here today and I’m sharing a card that I created using the 3D Foam Cupcake shapes:

angela ploegman celebrate card finalCan you see how I used the shape in 2 different ways? One is the focal point and the other is the clear embossed image in the background. Let me show you how I did both!

Instructions:

1. Adhere approximately 6 3D Foam Cupcake shapes to a toilet paper roll.

angela ploegman_celebrate card 12. Remove the protective backing from the shapes and ink them with an embossing ink. Insert a wooden dowel into the toilet paper roll and use it to apply the custom roller stamp to the patterned paper.

angela ploegman_celebrate card 23. Sprinkle with clear embossing powder, shake off excess and heat to set.

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4. Using the MyStik® Permanent Strips, adhere the patterned paper to a card base.

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5. Cut a double sided banner strip from a coordinating pattern paper and adhere to the card base. Stamp the sentiment using StazOn (or similar) ink.

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6. Die cut a circle and scalloped circle window from patterned paper. Inset the circle (you could layer, if you prefer) and adhere to the card base with the MyStik® Permanent Strips.

angela ploegman_celebrate card 67. Remove the backing and cover the bottom of the 3D Foam Cupcake shape and the icing shadow in light green glitter. Remove the icing backing and pipe on the icing, using a 3D glitter fabric paint. Insert the cherry shape, allowing the fabric paint to overlap slightly. Let the fabric paint dry.

angela ploegman_celebrate card 4a8. Remove the rest of the backing from the cupcake base and cover with gold glitter. Cover the cherry with red glitter and the stem with brown glitter. I use an exacto knife to cut the baking on the shape and peel the pieces one at a time for each color of glitter needed. Adhere finished cupcake to card base.

angela ploegman celebrate card finalHere’s a close up of the focal point:

angela ploegman celebrate card detailLove it when an idea comes together!

Angela

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Supplies used: 3D Foam Cupcakes, MyStik® Permanent Shapes

Other Supplies Used: Basic Grey patterned paper, EK Success glitter, Lawn Fawn Riley ABCs alphabet stamps, Tsukineko StazOn ink, Ranger Clear embossing powder, Tulip 3D glitter fabric paint, Bazzill Basics Paper card stock, Spellbinders dies.

Video Tutorial: Easter Pocket Scrapbooking Title Card

Hello & Happy Easter Blogosphere!

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Hello & Happy Easter Blogosphere!

It’s Tiffany here today and I have a Video Tutorial showing you how to create this fun Pocket Scrapbooking Title Card for your layouts this week!

Video Tutorial:

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Thanks so much for hopping by,

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Supplies Used-

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:

Lawn Fawn: Grassy Border, Speech Bubble, 4×6 Journaling Card Lawn Cuts Dies, Hello Sunshine & Let’s Polka Papers

 

 

The Decorated Egg

Hi everyone, it is Christine here today and to celebrate Easter I thought I would re-style Easter egg packaging!  The shop packaging can get a little boring so how about making your own?  It is so easy with the help of Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products.

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First of all select a piece of yellow cardstock and trim off a strip measuring 12″ x 4″.  This isn’t quite big enough to wrap around the egg so you will need an extra piece measuring 5″ x 4″ to add on - Crafty Power Tape does this perfectly.

Decorated Egg - C Emberson 2Then score at 6.5″ and 9.5″ – this creates the base section for your egg.

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To decorate, I wanted some Spring-like bunting so the 3D Foam Pennants were perfect for this.

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I affixed them to patterned paper and then cut around each one.

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For an extra embellishment, make a hole with your pokey tool and insert a brad.

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The 3D Foam Pennants and twine are then attached to some patterned paper from Echo Park and the decorated panel is attached to the cardstock using E-Z® Dots Permanent Refilliable.

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The egg is held in place with Crafty Power Tape.

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Draw up the front and back panels and secure with a small peg.  For an additional decoration I cut/embossed a Spellbinders® Create A Daisy.

Decorated Egg - C Emberson 10The finished decorated egg -

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and the pretty 3D Foam Pennants.

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Have fun changing packaging to suit your style!  Wishing you all an enjoyable Easter.

Christine

Springtime Bird House with Creative Photo Corner Roof

Hints of Spring are popping up all over, and I was inspired to create this Springtime Birdhouse. I found an inexpensive wooden birdhouse in the craft aisle of a big box store and immediately knew what I wanted to do with it!

BethPingry-Birdhouse-1The roof line and shingles are all Creative Photo Corners, and they are easy to line up, they have adhesive on the back side, and so they stick beautifully!

Beth Pingry Altered Bird HouseThe patterned papers are adhered to the wood bird house with Crafty Power Tape (perfect for paper to wood applications!). The 3D Foam Butterflies are covered in blue glitter and then adhered to the paper. On the side, there is a dragon fly, with wings covered in blue glitter and the body covered in silver glitter. On the opposite side I used 3D Foam Garden Shapes and covered the watering pail in foil. BethPingry-Birdhouse-7I have more photos on my personal blog, Cookies for Breakfast. Thanks for coming by today and Happy Spring!!

Beth Pingry

Supplies Used:

Easter Treat Container

Hello- AJ here to share with you a fun Easter treat container you can fill with just about anything!

Slur cream styled Easter treat container filled with chocolate eggs My kids are starting to get to the age of no Easter baskets, but they still do enjoy all things chocolate egg related!!  ;) These sour cream containers are super easy to make, and fill with just about anything they like.
AJOtto-GlitterCarrots-2 Adhere several pieces of Crafty Power Tape to the long end of your cardstock-(It’s 4 1/2 X 5 1/4″ here) and secure into a roll shape.  Burnish the inside with a bone folder.

AJOtto-GlitterCarrots-3 Now, on the short end, again add Crafty Power Tape and secure closed, pinching it off.  *Fill with treats before closing both ends* Flip over to the open end, and repeat making sure to close the alternate direction.
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Add a few strips of patterned paper to the seams for a splash of color using E-Z Runner® Strips Permanent Refillable.
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Next up, place your carrots from the 3D Foam Easter shapes on to a die cut and cover with glitter.  First with orange, then with green. I do love that they come in pieces like that to make customizing easy!AJOtto-GlitterCarrots-6To finish it off, adhere the die cut to the container with 3D Foam Squares.

You can also fill with non candy items, or even use for birthday party treats.

enjoy!

AJ Otto

Spellbinders Paper Arts Dies; Lawn Fawn patterned paper; Art Glitter; Twine

 

Easter Trio Home Decoration

Hello everyone, Asia King here! With longer days, sunny weather, bees and butterflies buzzing in the air I can’t help feeling excited that spring is finally here! And so is Easter – have you finished your preparations yet? Today I’d like to share a sparkly Easter home decor set I made.

Easter Home decoration purple eggs with glitter by Asia King

My Easter set includes decorated Styrofoam eggs, a wooden frame and a candle.

Maja Design Fika, cream purple green Spring altered frame decor with flowers and pearls Stampendous glitter Easter banner

The frame was covered with Maja Design Fika papers and adhered with Crafty Power Tape. I added some scalloped panels cut with a MS edge punch and a stamped Easter banner using 3D Foam Pennants.

Easter banner 3D foam pennants MS Doily punch Frantage encrusted jewels technique transfer adhesive

For the insert I stamped the Baroque Cross stamp twice with Coffee ink. First image was for my background and the second was used to cut out the orate centre. Next I stamped the image with a clear embossing ink and heat embossed it with the lilac embossing powder. Then I fussy cut the cross and arranged the layers over Thin 3D Foam Squares Mix in white. I also added some foam squares decorated with Micro Glitter.

3D Foam squares Spring flower sprays foam leaves with glass glitter

The corners of the insert panel were embellished with embossing powders and glitters using encrusted jewel technique. My flower sprays were attached using DODZ™ – 3D and DODZ™ – Medium. I also added 3D Foam Leaves decorated with the green glass glitter.

Stampendous Baroque Cross Easter altered candle with tissue Crafty Power Tape glitter ribbon

To decorate the candle I stamped the cross onto tissue paper which I melted into the candle with a heat tool. I embellished it further with glittered Thin Foam Squares and Crafty Power Tape.

Creative Photo corners embossed DODZ Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

My Styrofoam eggs were decorated with lilac embossed Creative Photo Corners – White, embossed & glittered 3D Foam Squares Regular White and flocked & glittered Small, Medium & 3D Dodz™. To finish the eggs I added some ribbons and decorative pins and I placed them in a fluffy posy basket.

Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful and creative week!

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Supplies:

Creative Photo Corners – White, Crafty Power Tape, The Dodz™ (Small, Medium and 3D), 3D Foam Pennants, 3D Foam Leaves, Thin 3D Foam Squares – Mix White, 3D Foam Squares – White, Regular.

Other:

Stampendous: Cling Baroque Cross and Big Top Type clear stamps, Fran-tage Encrusted Jewel Kit – Purple, Purple Micro Glitter, Fresh Green Crushed Glass Glitter, purple fun flock.

Maja Design papers Fika collection, Martha Stewart Doily Lace Edge Punch, Coffee Archival, Vintage Photo and Dusty Concord distress inks (Ranger Ink), wooden picture frame, ivory candle, ribbons, fabric flowers, gems.

 

A 3D Happy Easter Card

Hello everyone!

Can you believe it’s already Easter?  If you haven’t made any cards yet, then pick up some new 3D Foam Easter Shapes and get cracking !  (ha ha pun intended)

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I created this cute 3D card that works perfectly with the pretty 3D Foam Easter Shapes!

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First, I adhered my card layers together using the MyStik™ Permanent Strips.

I also used my 3D Foam Squares to adhere some card layers for more dimension.

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Then I created my “Happy Easter” sentiment from the 3D Foam Easter shapes and red glitter.

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Here’s a little tip for removing some of the tinier pieces from the foam sheet.  Use a sharp tool, like a paper piercer, non-stick scissors … or even a wooden bamboo skewer, like I did.

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Take your time and remove them gently …  a little patience with these teeny bits goes a long way.

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The great thing about these all Designer Foam Shapes is that you can customize them to match your papers with any colour of glitter, flocking, embossing powder, etc.

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I dump my glitter on liberally… and then brush it off.

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For the three different 3D Foam Easter shapes on the front of the card, I used foil and glitter paper.

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I removed only parts of the backing of each shape, so I could add both foil and glitter paper.  First, I added foil to parts of each shape:

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Then came the glitter paper.

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I just love the two-tone effect these products make together.

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And that is how an Easter card can come together using awesome products from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®!

Happy Easter…. and Happy Crafting!

Kelly Klapstein (Visit my blog www.kellycreates.ca)

Supplies:

3D Foam Easter Shapes, MyStik™ Permanent Strips, 3D Foam Squares

DCWV papers; Sizzix die and Big Shot; Clearsnap Designer Foil; Zoom Creative Glitter Paper.

 

 

Decorative Jars

Hello, Latisha here with you today.  I’m sharing a really easy way to decorate a treat jar, using the Designer Shapes.

With warmer weather arriving, that means springtime is here.  When I hear the word spring, I think of Easter, Spring Break, Memorial Day, Birthdays, Weddings, end of school year gifts.  Whether you are just decorating a table in your house, or you need a quick gift to give.  Filling a mason jar full of candy, cocoa, coffee, money or flowers is really so easy, and decorating it with the Designer Shapes, makes it that much easier.

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Here I filled a jar full of candies, and then wrapped the jar with pretty May Arts trims & ribbons.  I chose to use the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Butterflies, I truly cannot resist any kind of butterfly.  I carefully peeled of the top layers and added my desired glitter.  To layer the butterflies and give them a bit of depth, I used the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam squares, to lift both butterflies up away from the ribbon and each other.

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Materials Used:

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Butterflies

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May Arts ribbon and trims

mason jar

candy

 

Thanks for joining me today!

Latisha

Butterfly Box Frame

 Hi, it is Christine here today with a butterfly box frame.  I’m a butterfly addict so when Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® brought out their 3D Foam Butterflies I was over the moon!

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For my project I firstly selected a little wooden box frame, one pack of 3D Foam Butterflies and some script paper (Fancy Pants – Swagger collection).

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I cut the paper to size and inserted it into the frame behind the glass.

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Next I removed the butterflies from the backing paper and placed them down sticky side up. I then covered them with some gilding flakes.

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Using a small paint brush, I removed the excess leaving a lovely golden coating.

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Next, I cut/embossed foliage – Sprigs from Spellbinders® and Blooms Three.

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The 3D Foam Squares – White, Small stick perfectly to glass and you can trim them to fit smaller die cuts.

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I added a line of crystal gems to the middle of the gilded butterflies, opted for silver butterflies too.

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For the sentiment, I stamped this onto card and adhered with Crafty Power Tape - no problem using this on wood.

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The finished project.

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And a close up of the beautiful butterflies.

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Thank you for joining me today, I hope you flutter by again soon!

Christine