3D Picture Layout

3D Picture Layout

Learn a new way to make your pictures stand out

3D Picture Layout
3D Picture Layout
This image courtesy of myhydeaway.blogspot.no

In the Designer's Words: "There are different types of layouts. Some you can keep in an album, and those have to be quite flat. This layout is layered, and is about 1 inch in depth. These kind of layouts, look fantastic as a decoration on the wall, in a 3D frame or mounted on a canvas. You can use 3D foam squares to create the depth between the layers. This layout was created with Therm-o-webs foam squares. Time to create: 1-2 hours."
Here is a new way to display your photos! This 3D decoration will really make your picture stand out and give your room or photo album a rustic touch. The 3D Picture Layout is a summer theme, but you can make one for all seasons and occasions to match your photo. It would be a perfect gift for a friend or make one designed for a wedding. Give your photos an artsy layout with this new design.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueScrapbooking

Project or Page Size12 inches x 12 inches

Type of Paper UsedScrapbook Paper

Difficulty LevelEasy

Materials List

  • White Bazzill
  • Patterned paper (Prima - French Riviera)
  • 3D Foam Squares (Thermoweb)
  • Flowers (Prima)
  • Mists
  • Cotton thread
  • Brads
  • Bling
  • Word Sticker (Kaisercraft)
  • Glue (Liquitex heavy gel medium)
  • Ribbon with metal (from an old sewing machine)

Instructions

  1. Add mists and spray to a white 12x12 Bazzill

  2. Glue small stripes of torn paper onto the bazzill. You can use several kinds of glue: for instance - Finnabair's gesso or gel medium.

  3. Add the squares of patterned paper with 3D foam squares in between all the layers. This creates the 3D effect.

  4. Add flowers, string and words. The word here is a sticker from Kaisercraft. You can also use wooden words or words cut out with a dies. Kaisercraft and Sissix have got a lot of different words as dies.

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