Were you inspired yesterday to try a few different
techniques with your adhesives? We sure hope so!
Thanks to Tatertots & Jello for sending so many new faces/followers over to our blog yesterday! Wow!!! We hope you've returned today check out more projects!
Now hold on to your foam squares & glue sticks because we have some more ideas to share with you as continue on with our Blog Hop with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L!
"Bloom & Grow"
"I love using varying dimension of foam and these products work perfectly for that!! On the cover, I cut another kite from the pattern paper and used the Thin 3D Foam Square, layered it on my die-cut to add dimension.
It's wonderful for creating collage effects in various levels of dimension.
When I stitch my photos to their mats, I used just a few squares from the EZ Squares in the middle to tack the photo in place so it would be centered while I sew.
I have a confession ... I'm an EZ Runner addict. I absolutely LOVE this runner and have used it since day 1 of scrapping. I don't make many projects without it. It holds awesome and yet you can work with it."
Supplies: Imaginisce (Hippity Hop collection, i-rock, silver tears & Heart Glam Rocks and Hot Rocks, 16mm Brad Daddy, 16mm punch, d-stress tool); Cardstock (Bazzill); Scrapbook Adhesives (EZ Runner, EZ Squares, 3D Foam Squares (white), Thin 3D Foam Squares (white), Photo Corners, Crafty Power Tape); Chipboard Tab Book (Teresa Collins); Scallop Border punch (Martha Stewart); Acetate Accent (K & Co.); Baker's Twine (The Twinery); Crop-a-dile; Other: sewing machine, thread, binding rings & ribbon
Diana created this adorable door sign for a baby's room. Isn't it precious?
We liked how she combined the Sole Sisters & Happy Harvest collections to create such a soft and inviting sign.
Supplies: 1 wooden block, Imaginisce (Sole Sisters paper, Happy Harvest: diecuts, canvas stickers, Roly Rosies, Petal Roller); Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Crafty Power Tape, EZ Squares, Thin 3D Foam Squares, White Photo Corners); alpha stickers
"Friends are Fabulous"
Mary Ann has a few words to say about her project.
"I made this fun little picture for my bff's red, black & white scrapbook room. I know she is going to love it when she sees it here on the blog today! Since this will be hanging on the wall, I wanted a really strong adhesive. The Craft Power Tape was perfect to use to adhere everything together, including the medallions. I then added some 3D Foam Squares to add dimension to the "J" and to add the flowers to the centers of the medallions for a little extra pop."
Supplies: Imaginisce (Sole Sisters collection); Scrapbook Adhesives (Crafty Power Tape, 3D Foam Squares); cardstock
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Don't forget to hop on over to Scrapbook Adhesives blog because they have some wonderful projects to share today!