Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Make Your Flowers POP With Nestabilities

Hello there, everyone, it's Michelle here today with another project for you.  It's 3D week here at SP & Co. and I am going to show you how to make some really cool 3D flowers using a Nestabilities die set. 


For this card, I started by picking some pretty patterned papers.  These are all from Paradise Beach (Echo Park) and I am in LOVE with this pad.  The colors are gorgeous!  I cut my flowers from three different papers using the three smallest dies in the Nestabilities Dahlia die set.  To give my flower some real 3D POP, I curled up the edges of each layer a little bit.  To hold them all together, I just used a little glue. 

Here is a closer shot of the flower.


For even more dimension, I mounted it to the front of my card with a dimensional foam dot.  To finish it off, I stamped the Happy Day stamp with some brown ink.  The beautiful colors from those papers, combined with the flower, and that sentiment are the perfect combination to really brighten someones day with a card!

Be sure to check out all of the other fabulous 3D projects this week for more dimensional fun!

Happy Stampin',

Michelle

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