Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all!! Today I am sharing a cute tag to celebrate the occasion by featuring a couple of the 3D Foam products that Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® offers.
The easiest way to create a four leaf clover is by using the 3D Foam Hearts shapes in their smallest size for this tag. I rubbed gold Pigment Powder on each “petal” for a beautiful shimmery effect.
The stem was die-cut from a flower die (I trimmed the flower off and left its center as a placement guide for the petals). I used the Adhesive Sheets – 6 x 12″ to apply adhesive on the back and placed on my tag die cut.
I wanted to make the word “Lucky” to be dimensional so I first laid a piece of patterned paper on top of the 3D Foam Creative Sheets. I trimmed only where the paper covered and place the die over it to die cut with my die cutting machine.
As a result, this tag design was achieved as shown below. BUT I’m not done! I repeated my clover-making process two more times (three is a lucky number for me) 🙂
As the finishing touch, I had to add sequins! Using the NEW Dodz Adhesive Dots Mini, it was a perfect adhesive to use for my sequins 🙂
The Dodz Adhesive Dots Mini are double-sided, clear adhesive dots and have a strong bond that makes them perfect for intricate surfaces and small objects such as sequins. Did you know that the box is a unique patented single dot dispenser that provides touch-free application (aka each dot has a liner!).
Just thread a White Satin Organza Ribbon, trim the ends and tie a knot – done! What do you think?
Thanks for visiting and Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!
• Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: 3D Foam Hearts, 3D Foam Creative Sheets and Adhesive Sheets – 6 x 12″
• Dies: Spellbinders® Creative Arts (Signs of Spring 2 set and Grand Calibur Machine) and Sizzix® (Framelits Die Set 8Pack – Tags Collection)
• Lucky and Flower Stem Patterned Paper: Prima Marketing Inc.
• Tag Patterned Paper: Authentique Paper
By Teresa Doyle March 18, 2016 - 10:13 am
Fantastic job Margie. Love your work and those new Dodz Mini’s sound wonderful. I DO love good adhesives and it is important to me to use them.
Thanks so much for sharing Margie!