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Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop

Hello! This week, the Stampendous team is hopping with projects filled with the sticky goodness of Scrapbook Adhesives. They supply the team with all sorts of wonderful products, and we are so grateful to them for it. I used 4 different items from Scrapbook Adhesives for my project today, so let's take a look a it, shall we?

CRS5052: Jumbo Cling Leaves
DCS5068: Leaves Die Set
DCP1007: Build A Wreath Die Set
FREG039: Aged Scarlet Embossing Powder

Scrapbook Adhesives:
3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit
3D Foam Squares Black Mix
EZ Runner: Permanent Dots
Micro Adhesive Dots

Brilliance Reinker in Moonlight White
Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Gold
irRESISTable Spray in Tuxedo Black
VersaMark Ink

Kraft and Black cardstock
Palette Glue Pad Refill
Small Paintbrush

I started off by cutting a piece of Kraft cardstock down to 4 1/4" x 5 1/2." I stamped the leaf in the center of the panel with VersaMark ink and heat embossed it with Aged Scarlet powder. I then die cut the leaf  out of the panel and also made another die cut of the same leaf in black. I inlaid the black leaf into the Kraft panel's hole. At this time, the card base was created out of black cardstock, 8" x 5 1/2," side folded.

I used a piece of the foam from the 3D Foam Embellishment Kit ti die cut the largest scalloped circle and regular circle from the The Build a Wreath Kit. The foam cut so beautifully! Next I added some red and gold foil all over the circle. I felt I needed more foil, so I added some Glue Pad refill to the edges of the card (directly from the bottle) and used my heat gun to speed up the drying process. Then I applied more red and gold foil. A bit more foil was needed, so I adhered 3 Micro Glue Dots to the right side of the scallop and applied more foil.

Using Black Foam squares, I attached the embossed leaf to the card, moving it slightly to the right so that the black cardstock underneath appeared to be a shadow. Then I added the scalloped circle. I needed some more "stuff" so I spritzed some Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Gold, then flicked on some Tuxedo Black irRESISTables and Moonlight White reinker and let it all dry. The foil and Shimmer Spritz has a great shine, especially against the Kraft background.

That's it for me today! I hope you have some ideas now on different ways to use your adhesives. A big thank you to Scrapbook Adhesives for hopping along with Stampendous! For more links and prize info, please visit the Stampendous Blog. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!


Bunny said…
Beautiful card. If I didn't know there was black card stock underneath, it looks just like a beautiful shadow. It's very lovely raised up. [Bunny]
Sue LD said…
So pretty and artsy for Fall.
The Aged Scarlett embossing powder really adds such depth to your stunningly gorgeous card!! It is so beautiful!!
Simply beautiful! I love that you let the leaf be the star of the card! TFS!
Mary Holshouser said…
Love how you made the shadow under
the leaf. Fantastic idea.
Great use of the adhesives.
They are wonderful - so are
the stamps.
thanks for sharing.
Janis said…
Beautiful card with all that fabulous foiling!! LOVE!! Great job on the "shadow"...I thought it was real. :)
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
Denise Bryant said…
Pretty card! Love the foils and the dimension! Have to get some of the Black Foam Squares... very useful for fall and Halloween when I use darker papers!
Viki Banaszak said…
This is a gorgeous card! I love the foiling.
cghundley said…
Lovely layers and
beautiful coloring.
Carla from Utah
BethW said…
Wow-this is a fabulous technique and now is the perfect time of the year for shadows! Thank you for sharing this with us.
McStamper said…
Love your beautiful fall card. Great design.
Jean said…
Wow - this is just so pretty!!
Love the dimension and texture-beautiful!

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