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Amy Tsuruta

Multilayered Card with E-Z Runner

Hello, it’s Amy here, Happy March!  Whether you like to design clean and simple or multilayers, a combination of E-Z Runner Permanent and 3D Foam Squares will work for you.

Amy Tsuruta-Otter Chaos

This looks like a relatively clean and simple design but the portal window actually consists of 4 layers.  The E-Z Runner Permanent is easy to control in small spaces, like the rim of the window.

Here’s a peek at my supplies:

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The base of my window is the panel with the sailboat and waves.  I started with that first and then die cut it into a circle.  My second layer are the otters.  I adhered them with the E-Z Runner Permanent onto the sailboat layer.

I used the E-Z Runner Permanent to adhere the front of the portal window (the one with the circles) to the back of the portal window which is a white panel to coordinate with my card base.  When those were attached to each other I used the E-Z Runner Permanent to adhere it to the stamped panels

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The window was then adhered to the cardbase with 3D Foam Squares.

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That’s it for me today.  I hope you have a great rest of the week!


Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
E-Z Runner Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser
3D Foam Squares White Regular
Notecard:  Memory Box
Stamps:  Ellen Hutson LLC – Essentials by Ellen – Stay Salty & Otterly Awesome
Ink:  Versafine Onyx, Zig Clean Color Markers
other:  Ellen Hutson LLC – Essentials by Ellen – Mirror Mirror Designer Dies


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