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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Make It Monday #126: 3D Die-cut Sentiments

This is the coolest technique! You have to check out Betsy Veldman's video over at Make it Monday! She made the coolest card!!!! The die she used lend it self a little better to the technique than the one I used here, but it did come out okay I think......although the technique is a little tricky - takes some practice....



There is no stamping on the card - I never made one of those....


I continued the 3-D strip in the background, this added additional dimension. I just love this technique!
Materials: Papertrey Hello Die, Memory Box Chloe Stem die, Copics


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I hope you are not getting sick and tired looking at my vacation pictures - but if you are, don't scroll down any further :) - there are some more..... This time they all show store signs in my hometown:











I hope you enjoyed them, have a great day!


14 comments:

Jackie said...

I think your card is much more than just, "O.K." it's fantastic! Awesome vacations pictures too!

artful-notions said...

You're 'hello' came together brilliantly! Bold and bright is the perfect option for this technique. Also love the white die cut on the 3D. And who could be tired of those beautiful vacation photos? My son visited Germany and Austria and loved it!

Kathryn A said...

I love your card! The way you continued the green for the matting is super, too!

Susanne Vargas said...

Ich habe dieses Video auch angeschaut. Das Ergebnis gefällt mir total gut, aber es war mir zu aufwendig, auszuprobieren. Ausserdem habe ich keine Copics oder andere, geeignete Stifte. Mein Kompliment, dass du es gewagt hast! Deine Karte ist toll geworden!
Danke auch für die schönen Fotos von Bayern! Die bringen schöne Erinnerungen hoch!

Izolda said...

You're right! The coolest technique! Love your card! I think the next time it will be better!
And omg! I adore your hometown!!! So beautiful!! Why have you ever move to NJ?!!!! Lol!

Kim Heggins said...

Stunning card...I can't wait to give this a try. Your's is just perfect! As for your vacation photos, I love seeing them, that bat hanging out in front of the one business is my favorite, I just love bats.

lostinpaper said...

When I saw this idea by Betsy I was totally WOW'd, your card is incredible, thanks for the inspiration!

the primitive country bug said...

Your card is super sweet! I love the addition of the white silhouette flower. All the signs from your vacation were fun to look at too.

Marcie Rhys said...

You should be so proud of this card. Betsy's tutorial, as always, is a thing of beauty, but when you look at the cards that have been posted, it's clear to see that this is no easy technique to master. It is very clear that you worked very carefully, as well as having chosen a wonderful palette. Kudos!

Leigh Ann Baird said...

Fantastic design!

victoria h said...

fabulous card - love the 3d effect

Daen'Ys said...

Oh, diese Karte hat was! Macht echt was her diese Technik, vielleicht probier ich die mal aus (wenn ich wieder mehr Zeit zum basteln habe!!)

Landshut scheint eine schöne Stadt zu sein, leider war ich noch nie dort aber was nicht ist kann ja noch werden....
Die Ladenschilder finde ich echt toll, das sieht ein wenig nach damals aus!

Monika Reeck said...

great Foto All...und sweeet card..love that pusten Blume card Cornelia...do you used cuttlebug oder stanzer...sorry denglisch hihi LOL...LG Monika

Kanan Pandya said...

I love this cool technique and very sweet color combinations, Cornelia. Ohh these are some wonderful store signs, so delightful. :-)