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Christine Emberson

Thinking of Spring in Delicate Layers

Doesn’t these delicate cream layers remind you of spring? It does me! Here in the UK, January is COLD! I am quickly craving spring. LOL!

Hi everyone, Christine here today. If you look closely, you will see the floral patterns in the intricate cuts. Making a feminine flowery card came to mind, using lots of layers of cream with a touch of bright flowers. I rely on my trusty Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products to keep all these layers and embellishments in place.

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Thinking of Spring in Delicate Layers by Christine Emberson for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Layering up those Delicate Die Cuts

First, affix a cream mat onto card front using E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips.  This is a refillable dispenser, you can mix and match and purchase single refill or a three-pack like the E-Z Runner® Strips Refill Value Pack! No excuse to run out!

Next, I gathered my die cuts, keeping to the cream cardstock allows me to use multiple layers without the worry of clashing colors. I chose Crafty Foam Tape because the width is perfect, and 3D Foam Squares White Regular to layer all the delicate die cuts on top of the card.

For the typed sentiment on cream cardstock, I affixed it at the bottom of the card with Crafty Foam Tape to keep it dimensional with the rest of the layers.

I created some flowers to cluster in the corner, added some looped ribbon – all easily affixed with 3D Foam Squares White Regular.

The finished card…

Thanks for stopping by today and don’t forget to check out all the great products on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® website.

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
Crafty Foam Tape
E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Dispenser
3D Foam Squares White Regular.
Etched Dies: Spellbinders® Paper Arts (5×7 Matting Basics A, Tallulah Frill, Hannah Elise, Label 56 and Window of Memories)
Cream Cardstock; Distress Inks; Flower Stamens; Typed and Die Cut Sentiment

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