March greetings! It’s Virginia here to share with you a little "trick" I use, along with my dimensional adhesive, to pop up sticker die cuts on my layouts and cards. I like the look of popped up stickers but I don’t like the effect of the sticker caving in spots where I don’t have dimensional adhesive behind the sticker. My solution is to use twine and place them in the sticky areas not covered by the foam dots. This not only unsticks the sticker but gives it even dimension, a win-win!
The example I show is the pretty cursive word. It would take a lot of little tiny pop up foam dots and swirling in a little twine behind the letters is easy and fast!
Hope this inspires you to pop up your stickers more often! Have a crafty day!