You can make your flower cards stand out from the crowd by adding clever dimensional effects. “Raising those blooms up and out of a flat card is one of the best ways to bring some life into these floral focal points,” Julie says. We’ve asked her to share some of her 3D secrets! Discover how you can transform simple punched and die-cut shapes into dramatic, dimensional floral accents.
This is a pdf article, first published in Papercraft inspirations, it includes 3 step-by-step guides for making flower cards with punched and die-cut shapes. All shopping lists and supplies suggestions in this pdf were correct at the time of publication, but you may need to improvise and shop around for supplies if items are no longer in the shops.
If you love these ideas, be sure to browse our full range of designs by Julie Kirk, and visit her website, Notes on Paper.
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