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9.12.2013

CSS 3D Banner Tutorial


Good morning!  Today is my blog feature for Clear and Simple Stamps, and today I'll be showing you how to use some of the new stuff from Collection 8 to make a 3D looped banner!



  • 1.  Start by stamping out the banner image from Banner Flags 1, and trace over the tail with a pencil, ending at the first "fold" on the left hand side.


  •  2.  Here you can see what I had traced.  Flip the vellum over, and line up the edge of what you drew with the same fold where you had stopped earlier


  •  3.  Once it is flipped, you can continue tracing, now following the curve of the next part of the banner


  •  4.  Continue flipping and tracing until you reach the top of the stamped image.  You will end up with a loooong wiggly piece.  Cut this out, following your traced lines


  •  5.  Trace onto cardstock


  •  6.  Once you cut it out, you'll want to start bending it into shape, and see where you want to do your stamping.  I also had die cut a window from white cardstock, where the banner will be adhered to my card (and revealing a bit of that cute paper underneath!)


  •  7.  Assemble card


  •  I adhered the bottom pieces directly to the card, and used some foam tape on the middle areas to pop them up. I also kept the folded areas high for extra dimension



Cool, huh? Thanks so much for stopping by!!

8 comments:

  1. WOW!! I LOVE how your mind thinks and this is TOTALLY AWESOME!! I can't wait to play around with this FUN idea!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!! ;)

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  2. This is Very Creative!! LOVE the tutorial!

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  3. wow, that's awesome! i love the dimension!

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  4. Oh so creative! Now that's a great tutorial. Thanks for sharing this cool idea!

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  5. Amazingly creative...such a clever use of the stamp and die. The card is lovely.

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  6. This is gorgeous~I love the pattern peeking from behind!

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  7. Great tutorial, Jennifer! This is very cool! I guess I will try this one of these days, if you don't mind... I'll give you proper credit, of course. TFS!

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  8. Thanks for appreciating. Really means and inspires a lot to hear from you guys.I have bookmarked it and I am looking forward to reading new articles. Keep up the good work..Believe me, This is very helpful for me.

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