Hello, dear readers!
Today I will show you how you can make a three-dimensional spring card with a bird and many other details!!! Work with chipboards, glimmer, paints, embossing and other intricacies of scrapbooking))) If you do not have any decorative elements - do not worry and feel free to take any available counterparts, as craft uses EVERYTHING!!!)))
Prepare the base for cards (I used 10x15 cm)
Take decorative blank chipboard (I have a bird cage from Tim Holtz, but you can replace it with any other suitable materal to your cards chipboard)
Get craquelure ;-) or just cover the chipboard with white paint.
Then get mist glimmers.
Sprinkle: all the beauty of craquelure reveals.
In order to emphasize the boundaries of the drawing chipboard slightly shade the edges with distress ink.
Here I decided to slightly whiten the cage with white ink (this is an optional step)...
I added a few more strokes of darkened gold embossing.
And here I decided to give the bird more spring colour and applied some green ink ;-)
Now make the mat for our future card. Cut out an appropriate rectangle of 9,5x14,5cm and stitch it around the perimeter on the sewing machine... .fray the edges.
Find another scrappiece and sew it to the blank slightly above the center. Sprinkle white paint on the card and tone the edges with distress ink.
Glue the mat to the base of the card. Add lace.
The next step is to glue the cage. Well done!
Now we need to collect the composition with raffia, twigs, flowers )))
Attached all to the postcard.
That is all very beautiful and you can stop here!!! Or search for buttons, beads, acrylic drops and other sweet rubbish — but don't take too much ;-)
Well, that's all!!!))) Share joy!!! Surprise your friends and come back to us for a new portion of inspiration!!!)))