Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Magnolia 3D-card

Hi everyone!

Pi here and if you're a follower you'll notice I'm back with another 3D-box card using Magnolia stamps again. Well, what can I say - they're a hoot to make and they come together super easy and fastare than you might think.


Besides the colouring and fuzzy cutting the images, which you might do even if you're just layering them on a "flat" card. The box itself is nothing.

I decieded that I wanted to make my box 2,5" x 2,5" (don't forget to add some extra for the flap that will overlap as closure) and 3" high.

Therefore I started with a paper sized to 10,5" x 5,5". (4x2,5"+0,5") x (3"+2,5") - does that makes sense? If not let me know and I'll try to explain it better for you. There is also a lot of tutorials on youtube, I've just adjusted the measurements...

Then I scored the paper at 2,5"; 5"; 7,5" and 10" across the longer side.
Left one of those "spaces" untouched (That will be the back of your box, I just find that it made it sturdier. You can score it if you'd like to) and scored the remaining 3 at 2,5" across the shorter side.
I cut the scoremarks on the 2,5" - that will create the flaps of the box.

After that it's pretty much just to assemble the box. To create something to hold your cut images and die cuts to just place a "bar" on the top of the box opening and attach it from inside to inside. How many you want depends on how many layeres you want. Good luck! Let me know if you'd like more help :)



Products used from the store:
Magnolia rubber stamp DANCING QUEEN TILDA
Magnolia rubber stamp EDWIN WANTS A HUG
Magnolia rubber stamp LITTLE SUMMER BIRDS
Magnolia rubber stamp BACKGROUND STONEPATH
Copic markers (the CG-, G- & E-family)
Magnolia Doohickey tag (similar)
Wild roses studio CIRCLE GREETINGS
WOC tulips
Wild roses studio die
Memory box die vintage bicycle
Flat back crystals
Stamping supplies (memento ink, super smooth paper, score tape, bone folder)

Thank you for visiting!!

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