DIY on a 3D Greeting Card
Take paper from Tilda collection and a base (the paper on which all is attached) of size 13*10 cm. Glue one on another.
Next, take a piece of Tilda fabric, with lovely floral prints: they are always combined with each other! :)
Then I bathe lace in tea. Sew it to the side vertically.
But the braid with roses (ScrapBerries) is glued! Then glue with a hot gun.
Glue a Prima Marketing window.
Roll sisal in hands and glue a Pataloo flower over it with the gun. Right what I need!
Prima flower on the top.
Glue a leaf under the sewing.
A little flower on the side.
And one — under the big flower.
And anything flat on the paper.
Some remains from Prima flowers.
One under flower, another under the lace.
Spray! Finally bought the palette! So much joy :)
Spray white acrylic paint on the flowers, on the window — vertically.
Apply paint with your finger on lace, flowers.
My favourites for magic! The first liquid from Ranger, bright; the second, coolest, American Crafts — is my favourite! The third liquid is mat by Ranger.
Use liquid glitter accents on petals.
Well, that's all! The card is ready! Thank you for your attention!