A Fun Take on A Triple Layer Card!

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This is a TRIPLE triple layer card!

Any time you use three layers, you’ve made a triple layer card. But what about three different three layer components on a card? Behold, Julie’s triple element triple layer card! And it’s easy and gorgeous and perfect for so many occasions. Let’s get Julie’s tips to put this pretty project together.

To start, Julie used various sizes of our Nested Rectangle Stitch and Nested Square Stitch dies to cut her three panels from white card stock, including one large piece as the card front layer. She stamped the flowers and foliage from our new Little Cosmos stamp set, also stamping three extras of each onto some scraps of white card stock. After coloring in all her image with her Copics, Julie cut the blossoms only out of the scraps with our coordinating dies.

Julie layered her white panels onto some bright green card stock and then added the die cut blooms over these panels with some dimensional adhesive.

Now she took her die cut card front panel and arranged her three little layered pieces over it. When she had them how she wanted them she removed them one at a time and stamped the little bud branches around the corners to get them perfectly positioned. You could also do this in your stamp positioner if you aren’t as confident as Julie is! She colored them into match the layering pieces. She also took this opportunity to stamp her greeting.

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Now comes the triple TRIPLE action! Julie adhered her die cut flower panels to her card front using three different thicknesses of dimensional adhesive to add her three panels to the card at three different levels. So you have a triple layer on each panel, triple the depth and dimension from the adhesive using three adorable elements. That’s a win-win-WIN!

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Julie added her die cut panel to her card base, added a touch of Stickles to the centers of the flowers and got this ready to send to a very lucky friend!

Here are the items you will want to add to your stash to make this card:


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This triple layer card design idea can be used over and over with different flowers – or even other elements – different colors, different greetings…..Pin or bookmark this because you KNOW you will want to keep this idea forever!

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