Hi SCT friends! It’s Sidnie here, and I’m back to show you some cool ways to create dimension to your projects using products from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L! You may think your papercrafting project is missing something that you cannot put your finger on. When that happens to me, I know I can always add foam adhesive, and it will take my project from okay to YAY! Today I want to show you two cards that I added foam to for extra lift!

When you have a background stamp like this Honey Bee Stamps Hugs Enclosed set, you can add dimension to make your card front pop! 

The Hugs Enclosed image was embossed with gold powder, then heat set before I added Mustard Seed Distress Ink to the edges and a pop of red on three hearts. I could have simply adhered the panel to my card front using a tape runner, like the EZ Runner from Scrapbook Adhesives, but adding dimension to the panel makes it cast a nice shadow against the white card front.

Once I cut out the “I made this just for you” sentiment, I added Scrapbook Adhesive 3D foam squares to the back before adhering to the card panel. These foam squares are the perfect size for small sentiments or any other small items you want to add to your project!

For my second card, I added Scrapbook Adhesive Crafty Foam Tape to the back of my floral scene created with the beautiful Pinkfresh Studio Enchanted Meadows stencil and die

I die cut the floral design from the middle of my panel and placed foam tape on the back for added dimension. I didn’t stop there—even my sentiment deserved some dimension! I added tiny pieces of Scrapbook Adhesive 3D foam sheets behind my sentiment for a second layer of lift before finishing off the card with sparkly gems.

Adding foam products from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L in one layer, or even two adds so much to a basic card design and elevates it—figuratively and literally.

Thanks for stopping by for day four of Adhesive Week! Grab some foam tape from our friends at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L and have fun adding dimension to your projects!

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