Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Create with Virginia Rose 3 D Die

Hello friends!

I am popping in with a quick post about using 3 D dies.
From yesterday's feedback, many of you show a lot of interest with the Virginia Rose 3D Die !
 I am not saying that because it has my name...  😁
but the layering and details of the die are just awesome!
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Before I start, I want to stress that it is VERY helpful to have this following tool.

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I am pretty cheap thrifty when it comes to acquiring tools.
However, this Spellbinders magnet tool is amazing when you have more than 12 pieces of dies in one set. You may have experieced losing small dies, but this tool will keep dies in place.
The Virginia Rose 3 D Die Set has 13 pieces.

 I use this tool to keep track which dies works together and group them accordingly.
Once the task it done, I move on to the next set of dies.
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For my project, I used may own color paper. You can color each layer at you go, or you can use pattern paper. I would suggest to layer one or two first before you decide what works for you.

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I find that it is best to start from the base layer and follow the guide step by step.
Once you make one, it gets really easy.
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Thanks so much for stopping by!


conil said...

Thanks for the tip since I was one of the parties interested in (and purchased) the Virginia Rose Die. Been looking at this weird looking thing for a while...good to know it works so well.

cghundley said...

Great tool and
gorgeous coloring
on the card.
Carla from Utah

Dawn T said...

Gorgeous card Virginia

Sue D said...

Beautiful colors on this card and I love my magnet tool too. Keeps me from losing dies.

Denise Bryant said...

Love the 3D flower dies! So fun to choose the colors and see how they turn out! Pretty card!