2 posts in one day? Crazy, right? I agree! But you don’t want to miss out on this blog hop from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® and Quietfire Designs! Head over to Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® by Sunday night to enter to win a fantastic prize worth $60! You can enter on each post on each blog – links are in my Little Joys post here. Adhesives and stamps provided by respective companies for this blog hop.
Supplies by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: E-Z Runner® Permanent Fine, 3D Foam Leaves, 3D Foam Squares Regular White, Creative Photo Corners Ivory, Quietfire Designs: Take Time to Delight item #6270, Pink Paislee, Ranger Ink, Prima Marketing, Clearsnap
Just a quick note to say I’m up on the Crafty Power Blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L today, with this card. You can click-through to see more photos and the quick instructions!
I’ll be back tomorrow, as I’m guest designing, and would love it if you visited. And then blog hopping for a newer company later in the week! Thanks!!
I used these supplies:
I’m bringing out some previously unblogged projects. This one is from CHA Summer 2011, featuring Graphic 45′s Once Upon a Springtime papers. The frame around the focal image was made with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Ivory Photo Corners, the flower by Prima Marketing Flowers, and the die from Spellbinders Edgeabilities.
Some people find the Graphic 45 paper intimidating, with the larger images, but I have found them fun to work with, they pretty much eliminate the need for stamps or other embellishments because you can use so much of the paper.
In this case, I trimmed the image then created a mat that was about 3/4 inch larger than the image on 2 sides, then layered photo corners along the edge and in the corners. The rest is layering of papers. The green ribbon is a piece from the remnant bin (love those!)
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Here’s a card from the archives that I have not shared yet.
I made the center from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Photo Corners placed in a chevron pattern. Then I die cut it with Spellbinders™ circle dies, and adhered them with 3D Foam Squares. The stamp is from Gina K. Designs. Here is the inside:
I love this stamp set and I really need to use it more!
You can still comment on the blog hop posts on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L blog through today, Nov 2.
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I have a super quick project for today – I’ve been up to my eyeballs in graduation party prep (yikes, how long have I ignored this house??), CHA prep, college orientation, and fun stuff like that.
But anyway, here is my card, more photos are on the Crafty Power Blog on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ website.
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I have been nothing short of crazy busy lately, so I apologize for leaving the blog for periods of time. I swear one day I will catch up…
Anyway I have a tutorial posted on the SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™ Crafty Power Blog today. Click on over to see the instructions for “My Idea of Housework”.
Posted in Card, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L, Spellbinders
Tagged 3D Foam Squares, Card, Clearsnap, Crafty Power Blog, Housework Card, Labels Twenty-One, photo corners, Scor-Pal, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L, Spellbinders, stamps, Vintage Street Market, Worldwin
I was playing with Photo Corners last week and came up with something different for a masculine, textured card. Something like this would be perfect for masculine cards for Father’s Day and graduation. See the step out photos on my Cardmaking with Photo Corners post on the SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™ Blog.
The embossed “V” on the SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L photo corners created an interesting texture when I started stacking and layering them. I created a frame, or a stack of frames made by lining up the photo corners.
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