Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® + CardMaker Magazine Blog Hop
Boy, do I have a super easy Christmas card for you today! And welcome to Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® + CardMaker® Magazine One Day Blog Hop and Giveaway!
Do you have foil, glitter, embossing powder and microbeads in your stash? We can show you new uses for them! “Wear Your Adhesives on the Outside” uses Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products with different mediums to create designs. Let me show you how!
If you’ve followed me over the years, you’d know how much of a fan I am of products from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®. I’m pretty sure I link the 3D Foam Squares in every other post!
For today’s project, I get to use some products on top of my card for a change. This would be a fabulous project to make en masse for the holidays – the foam embellishments will hold up well through the mail and don’t add much weight to your envelope!
To start, I cut a piece of Bazzill cardstock in Gumdrop to fit the front of my A2 card base. Then I added a stitched rectangle which was die cut from Bazzil cardstock in (Dotted Swiss) Phoenix. To make the “ribbons”, I added two strips of Crafty Power Tape, then used the green foil from the 3D Foam Holiday Embellishment Kit to shine them up.
The foil transfers easily and the Crafty Power Tape is super sticky, so be careful! Burnish slowly, grasshopper! For my foam embellishment, I picked out the bow from the 3D Foam Holiday Embellishment Kit, adhered it to my card, then added green foil to that as well.
The bow ended up being a little too shiny with the foil strips, so I pressed down on the foam with my finger to wrinkle it. That gave it a brushed metallic look – so cool!
Next, I die cut a Tiny Tag from My Favorite Things and stamped the sentiment with Hero Arts Bold ink in Fern.
That tucked nicely under the edge of the bow, and I popped up the end of the tag with a small 3D Foam Square. To finish up, I adhered the panel to the card with an E-Z Runner® Grand Refillable Dispenser.
Want a closer look at how you can use adhesives to embellish your projects? Check out this video:
Visit others designers to see what they created using “Wear Your Adhesives on the Outside”:
- CardMaker® Magazine <– Start
- Latrice Murphy
- Diana Carr
- Dana Tatar
- Clare Prezzia
- Nicole Coursey <– You are here
- Vicki Chrisman
- Savannah O’Gwynn
- Jen Shults
- Margie Higuchi
- Gaylynn Martling
- Tracy McLennon
- Teresa Kline
- Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® <–Finish
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Wow! Stunning card!!! All the details are amazing!!!
I’ve never thought of applying foil to shaped foam adhesives! I’ll definitely try to decorate my cards or my scrapbook projects!
What a lovely “package”!
That’s such a great project ! This product seems awesome !
Thank you so very much for sharing
I love the way you used the foil accents to make your card look like a package! I could definitely use this idea to make more Christmas cards! I use the foam squares all the time as well.
So chic! I just love this card…the foiling adds so much!
love got to try
So fun to see this HOLIDAY card – love how the foil stands out.Have to try foiling tape against an embossed surface…great effect!
Thanks, Margie! I loves me some December decoration 😉
So festive with the foil.
How pretty! The color combination screams “Christmas!” The foam shapes really add a beautiful focal point to a surprisingly simple design– exactly the kind of card I could make in quantity for the holidays. Great inspiration!
super cute and super simple.
What a beautiful card!
what a pretty package card! Lovely idea!
This is so festive. Looks just like a present. 🙂
I love the idea of using glitter or foil over the foam embellishments!
Me too Cherri! I love that you don’t need heat to transfer the foil either – so much faster 🙂
Wow! The foiled tape looks amazing on embossed cardstock. Thanks for the inspiration!
I’m going to try gold on woodgrain cardstock tonight.. That would look nice, don’t you think? 🙂