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Monday, September 25, 2017

3D over the hill Scenery.

Hello Friends 
I have tried to create a scene here :P

For all my love for papers and hoarding them, at times I wonder what I want to do with them ?


Today I just decided to get going and put some papers in use . The best way is Die cutting isnt it ?
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For this creation -

  • I have created a Over the hill scene here using dies from MFT Die-namics Stitched Basic Edges .

  • The train is from Itsy Bitsy Thin Cut Dies - 3D Scenery. 

  • Happy is a die cut again and birthday is stamped 

  • I have adhered the diecuts with double sided foam tape to create 3D scene or Pop up the elements .


Sometimes simple things become the need of the hour and keeping it simple joy for life !

Playing along
 Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
CAS On Sunday : Challenge #117 : Use Dies
Darnell's NBUS Challenge : NBUS item is the die I have used for the first time bought it though 6 months back.



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Regards

Sharada Dilip

12 comments:

  1. Such an adorable Birthday card..Hugsxx Deepti Aggarwal

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  4. So beautiful and love the Chevrons against a tiny toy train!

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  5. Terrific card. Thanks for sharing at CAS on Friday!

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  6. Hi Sharada! Thank you so much for joining in my NBUS Challenge #12 and following me! It's a pleasure to meet you and follow you back! Your die-cut choo-choo card climbing the hill is a very pretty and happy card! I think all of us buy way too much beautiful papers and then hoard them! Good for you for using some of yours!! Hugs, Darnell

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