Thursday, December 5, 2013

Tutorial on how to make a Christmas 3 DimensionaL cards-video tutorial - Pion Design

Hi everyone :-)
Love playing with papers and folding them different ways so here is what I came up with
Made some 3D cards for Christmas and also one Birthday card.

The papers can be found at Kreativ Scrapping

This first and 2.card was made with the beautiful and vintage Wintertime in Swedish lapland 
and Spellbinders icicle die.
Did a lot of fussy cutting and layered some of them with 3D foam. Also used texture paste.

Video tutorial

Link to Pion Design store finder,
And here is the link to the`r blog for ideas,
And Pinterest,

The card is folded out and here you can see the 3D effect.

Inside the card there are Christmas tree pockets with tags.

Layered Christmas trees to make a pocket for the post card.

2 Christmas cards

This is the card I show how to make in the video tutorial :-)

Fun with 3D cards

Inside the card
The label is made with stampin up punches

Back side of the card with tags from the paper line

Also made a birthday card with the same technique and made it so it can be displayed as a decoration for the receiver..
Spellbinders frame die and seam binding for the bow. 
Used Linsystampgang silver spray to give some shine and a bit distressed look.
From Grandmas Attic ~ tinted ~ Bouquet PD3104

Card folded out. Glitter tulle glued on around the frame and on the sides. 
Pearl spray, andsome other sprays with pearls on the side bars.
The small leaf die on the front I think is from Magnolia.Martha Stewart punch around the card.

Onthis card I did not place an inside card. Thought it was fun to decorate it as it was.
Lace glued on with my glue gun all around.

The frame is fastened with magnets and there is place for a personal message behind

Measurements for the card

Measurements for the decor paper on the card.

If you like an inside of the card here is the measurement.

Supply list:
Swedish lapland ,Spellbinders icicle die, cardstock, glue , Claudine Hellmuth multi matte, laces, decor, Score board and 3D foam

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. Oh my so many you make. Do you sell them private or have in a store.

    They are beautiful.

  2. Incredible cards Anne! I just adore the 3D look you've created. Wow, they are so beautiful to just display!

  3. absolutely beautiful & the paper is magnificent tfs

  4. Absolutely LOVE this card. So glad that I found your site!


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