Friday, October 20, 2017

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Blog Hop - Day 5

Hello everyone! Welcome back!  It's Day 5 of the Quietfire Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop and Giveaway!  Oh, no!  Say it isn't so! It's the final day of our blog hop!  I hope you've enjoyed each and every project.  I'd like to send Scrapbook Adhesive a big THANKS! for playing with us this week.  It's been awesome - all the designers have outdone themselves and deserve a special thanks! You can see all the projects together on a new Pinterest Board I made for this hop, although if you're reading this early, I won't have added today's creations yet!

Make sure you enter to win the prizes - read on to the end of the post for details.

Also to celebrate our hop, I'm making it a weekend of free shipping for orders over $60 placed on the Quietfire site. (offer ends Monday October 23, 2017)
And now on to today's project.

It's Suzanne here for our last day. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was one adhesive that would work for everything?  Unfortunately that’s not the case, but luckily we can get most of them from one place!  Thank you very much to Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® for this blog hop and supplying their great products to use in the creation of our projects. If you're looking for a fun playtime, check out their 3D Foam Holiday Embellishment Kit which has foam diecuts in snowflake, stars and tree shapes along with foil included in 5 colours.  Now if that's not crafting heaven in a package, I don't know what is.  And that's where I started.....

Although this card isn’t a traditional Christmas colour scheme, sometimes it’s good to have a little shake up!  Here is how I created this Gold and Silver Snowflake Ornament card.


  1. Form a side-fold card base measuring 4” x 8.5” from black cardstock.
  2. Cut a piece of black cardstock, remove the release paper from one side of a sheet of black 3D Foam Creative Sheets and adhere to the cardstock. With the foam side up, die cut ornament.
  3. Die cut the ornament again, this time with no adhesive, from black cardstock. Remove the release paper from one side of three snowflakes from the 3D Foam Holiday Embellishment Kit and apply them to the ornament’s center circle. Don’t worry if they hang over the edge. Use scissors to trim the foam snowflake edges.
  4. Remove the release paper from the ornament and with gold side up, lay the foil from the 3D Foam Holiday Embellishment Kit over the surface and press everywhere.  Lift the foil sheet off and admire your shining handiwork!
  5. Apply silver foil to the snowflakes.  Adhere some of the stars from the kit to the centers of the snowflakes and apply gold foil to them.
  6. Stamp the sentiment on black cardstock and heat emboss with gold embossing powder.  Trim to 3” x 6.75” with the sentiment positioned as shown.  Cut a mat from red cardstock approximately 1/8” larger all around and adhere the layers together with E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips.
  7. Adhere the ornament above the stamped sentiment with Adhesive Dots Micro on the flourishes of the ornament and Dodz Adhesive Dots Medium for the center of the ornament.  Attach this panel to the card base with 3D Foam Square Black Regular Size.
  8. Top the ornament off with one of the foam stars foiled in red.  Beautiful!  Merry Christmas!


    Quietfire Supplies:
    Black cardstock
    Imagine Crafts VersaMark Ink Pad
    Ranger Queen’s Gold Embossing Powder

    If you missed our other blog hop days, no problem! Visit:
    Day 4, click: Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 4!  Our blog
    Day 3, click: Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 3!  Our blog
    Day 2, click: Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 2!  Our blog
    Day 1, click: Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 1!  Our blog

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CraftyJo said...

That's a beautiful card Suzanne and I don't believe there is a 'traditional' Christmas colour scheme anymore :) (I've just realised that you spell colour the same way I do!)

Stacey Kowbel said...

Beautiful card! I love that black is the main colour - makes everything else pop out so nicely. I would never have thought to use black a the main colour on a Christmas card.

Becca Yahrling said...

This is very elegant!

Sue D said...

So pretty with the gold and silver against the dark background. I like the pop of red.

Arianna Barbara said...

Beautiful card!!! Love the colors!!!

Mary Holshouser said...

The card is so elegant.
I seldom make a "tall" card but
I love it. Have to get to
thanks for sharing.

Shirley said...

Love this die! There are so many great projects that can be made with this one die.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

You definitely did all outstanding creative jobs here!

Jean said...

Elegant and classy. Such a beautiful card.

Andre M. said...

Lovely card with beautiful swooshes. Thanks for sharing your inspiration throughout the week.

TLady said...


Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

Wow !! So cool creations !

cghundley said...

This card is gorgeous!
Love the gold and the
silver together.
Carla from Utah

Dawn S. said...

This is a stunning card! Thanks for the detailed instructions.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful card for the final day of your hop! I've enjoyed each card! This one is lovely with the snowflakes and stars! Lovely sentiment also!

Clare said...

Suzanne, lovely as always! Very striking!

Bonnie Hampton said...

This is my favourite card! Love the color choices

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