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Amazing Paper Grace | Pop Up 3D Vignette Telephone Blog Hop!

Pop up 3D Vignette Telephone gift bag by Beth Pingry for Amazing Paper Grace and Spellbinders

ā˜Ž Hold the phone!!! It has been an exciting week for Amazing Paper Grace!! We just announced our new Creative Team! Many are waiting for their dies to arrive but two of our newest designers are joining in today, plus me! Today we are sharing the Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month for August 2020 – Pop up 3D Vignette Telephone.  It’s super cute and guaranteed to bring a smile!

Becca Feeken with Amazing Paper Grace supplied the dies for my use today. 

If you missed our post introducing the Amazing Paper Grace Creative Team, pop down to see the announcement on Becca Feeken’s blog.

Pop Up 3D Vignette Phone Details

We’ve spent all month making funny phone jokes and puns! Do you realize this little relic is something that most youngsters haven’t seen in person?  Or know how to dial? Just as with the typewriter, the phone is an iconic part of our history and technology. Ever evolving, this phone will always be a part of our coming of age. During the month we played “I Spy” to peek into how folks were using this die and this is how designers are using it:

  • A shaker card
  • A notepad holder
  • A mini 4-page scrapbook (which will hold Instax pictures)
  • A gift card holder
  • A card with multiple sentiments
  • A basket

We’re sure there are more, here is how I used it as a gift tag on a bag:

Pop up 3D Vignette Telephone gift bag by Beth Pingry for Amazing Paper Grace and Spellbinders
Pop up 3D Vignette Telephone gift bag by Beth Pingry for Amazing Paper Grace and Spellbinders
Pop up 3D Vignette Telephone gift bag by Beth Pingry for Amazing Paper Grace and Spellbinders

There are SIXTEEN dies included in the Telephone Set

Amazing Paper Grace Pop up 3D Telephone die DOMAPG-AUG20 Die of the Month

My Christmas Gift Bag came from an idea to create a gift tag that fits inside the phone. Just lift the šŸ“ž receiver to reveal the holiday greetings! For this I used 3D Foam Lines adhesive on the back of the phone to create space for the tag to slide in and out.

You may recognize the ‘vintage’ paper I’m using. Since it’s a nice heavy weight with a white core, I sanded it to rough up the edges and show off some of the embossing.

Designer Tip: 
Be sure to watch the video to see how to assemble this card, it’s not hard but the video helps!

My 3D Vignette Telephone Card

Pop up 3D Vignette Telephone gift bag by Beth Pingry for Amazing Paper Grace and Spellbinders
Pop up 3D Vignette Telephone gift bag by Beth Pingry for Amazing Paper Grace and Spellbinders

This Phone Card was made according to the video, it has 4 cards for journaling, notes, quotes, stamped sentiments, photos, or even gift cards! It folds flat for mailing too. On this I used a bronze metallic cardstock and again, sanded the edges and embossed areas. Seriously, how much fun is this card?! I’m in ā¤!

Paper: Basic Grey 25th and Pine; 7 Gypsies Trousseau (I’ve been digging deep into my stash!)
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Lines, E-Z Runner Grand
Accessories: Amazing Paper Grace August 2020 Die of the Month – Pop Up 3D Vignette Telephone

Visit the Creative Team for more Vignette Telephone Inspiration

Visit each Creative Team blog linked below for their take on creative paper crafting ideas with 3D Vignette Telephone, the new Amazing Paper Grace August 2020 Die of the Month!

Visit Joanna Wisniewska

Visit Kate Skonieczna

Visit Beatriz Jennings

Visit Tara Brown

Visit Beth Pingry

Visit Margie Higuchi

Visit Becca Feeken at Amazing Paper Grace

What would you use this die for?

Join Amazing Paper Grace online here:

SHARING – Amazing Paper Grace Creative Encouragement Community Facebook Group.

POSTING – Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month page on Spellbinders —–> Upload so others can see your work!

TALKING – AmazingPaperGrace_Creates our new account on Instagram.  You ask there, we answer there.

If you are new to the Die of the Month Club, you may find this helpful –  

——–> How the Club Works.

If you missed the introduction, this will bring you up to date 

————–>  Commonly Asked Questions.

Thanks for visiting!


Halloween Treat Bag – Boo 2 You!

Two days in a row? What’s gotten into me? Today I’m up at A Jillian Vance Design with this little Halloween Treat Bag.

Beth Pingry - Halloween Treat Bag

It’s a cute and fun bag of treats perfect for friends, co-workers and even teachers! You find all the details on the A Jillian Vance Design blog.

Disclosure: I am on the design teams for A Jillian Vance Design and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3LĀ® and receive product in return for blog posts.

Thanks and have a great weekend!


  • Supplies:
    A Jillian Vance Design: Jack O. Lantern die set; Halloween Greetings Stamp; Chalkboard Backdrop die set
    Scrapbook Adhesives by 3LĀ®: 3D Foam Squares Black, Thin 3D Foam Squares Black, E-Z RunnerĀ®
    Paperabilities Mini Bag
    Cardstock: Orange, Black, Green, Kraft
    Black Ink
    Ribbon, Twine

Joyeux Noel Gift Bag

Merry Christmas everyone! Today I’m guest posting for A Jillian Vance Design, (they gave me the stamps to use) and I’m so excited to share this little gift bag! While it is a small bag, about 4 x 5″, it has plenty of space to hold good things! It would be perfect for gift cards, jewelry boxes, or candy!

Joyeux Noel gift Bag by Beth PingryI used a pre-cut tag, and stamped the little corner doily from the Daily Doilies Stamp and Die set, heat embossed with silver EP. I love how the intricate detail of the stamp shows when embossed!Ā  I stamped Joyeux Noel, from The Holiday Zipper set. I actually cut the two words apart and aligned them on the acrylic block. The line of glitter is 3D Foam Tape. I tied it to the bag with some ribbon from my stash.

For the bag decor, I stamped, embossed and die cut the largest of the Daily Doilies and then cut it in half and adhered it to the top edge of the bag. If you wanted to seal the bag shut, you could use the complete doily folded over and adhered at the top.

It was quick and easy, yet sparkly and elegant! The only problem now is, I love it so much I don’t want to give it away!

Thanks for coming by today, and have a wonderful holiday!

Beth Pingry “Cookies for Breakfast”

I used these supplies:

Daily Doilies A Jillian Vance Design The Holiday Zipper Stamps