A Big Warm Hello – 3D images Tutorial

Hello everyone!

I hope that you have been enjoying the fall season! I love everything about fall, except for the gross icky colds I seem to catch. I’m just getting over one now, I have my good days and bad days. Hoping that it will just decide to go away very soon so I can get on with my crafty fun!

I’ve fallen in love with the Christmas with Wellington paper pack and 3D images! They are just so stinking cute! You not only get two of each 3D image but a TON of other images to use on Christmas cards. Here are a few examples of some of the Β 3D images that you get in the package.

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They are so cute, I could sit around and put them together all day.

I decided that I wanted to create my own 3D images using my own stamps from Penny Black called Jolly Critters. I love this stamp set that came out last year

Here is how I created the 3D look. I stamped the image twice, once on my project, and another time on a separate piece of paper. I then coloured my images with Copic markers before I cut them out.

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After I cut my images out I applied foam tape to the images I wanted make 3D

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I then placed the images on my project over the images that I have already stampedΒ DSC_9470

After my first layer of the images they looked something like this. Pretty cute eh?Β DSC_9472

I decided to stop here with my 3D image, because I thought that it was cute enough, but you could continue to build up your images with as many layers as you want. I plan to do a lot more cards in the future with a bit of 3D Flair. I hope that you enjoyed this quick tutorial. Stay tuned for more crafty fun heading your way. Now that things have settled down in my life, there will be more crafty goodness happening on my blog and more video’s too!!

See you soon!

Tina

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