3-D Valentine’s

Time for a new Challenge at Heart 2 Heart Challenges.  The challenge this week is to complete a 3-D project.  I completed this door hanger with the help of the Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge.  The Art Philosophy Cartridge has many 3-D projects to choose from.  I chose the heart box and added 3-D flowers.

All supplies by Close To My Heart.

Z1686 Cricut Art Philosophy Collection

D1283 Say It In Style

D1482 Love Life

1272 Cranberry Cardstock

1388 Colonial White Cardstock

X5918 Topiary Cardstock

Z2116 Cranberry Ink

Z2155 Topiary Ink

Z1732 Seam Binding Ribbon (avail 2/1/12)

Z1708 Sparkles Flourishes (avail 2/1/12)

Z1326 Sparkles Assortment


Design Tip-The flowers were cut with Colonial White cardstock and then sponged with Cranberry Ink.  The Chipboard banner was also sponged with Cranberry Ink.  I layered the Seam Binding Ribbon on the top of the heart to get the ruffled look.  Folded small loops and glued them overlapping on the inside of the heart.

I have also entered this card in the following challenges:

Delightful Challenges Valentine’s Anything But a Card

Exploring Cricut-Use at least 1 Ribbon, 2 Cricut Cuts, and 3 Brads, Jewels, Buttons

Just Us Girls– 3D Valentine Project

Paper Sundaes-Valentine

Penny Black and More-Love & Hearts

Thanks for stopping by!

18 thoughts on “3-D Valentine’s”

  1. This is absolutely beautiful, love your flowers. Thank you for joining us at delightful challenges this week good luck.
    Hugs Rachael xx

  2. Stunning creation, love those flowers!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Delightful Challenges this week, good luck!
    Hugs Shell xx

  3. Afraid Blogger is not sharing your pictures Allison, but I can still say thanks so much for sharing and joining our Love and Hearts theme at Penny Black and More this month, good luck and hope you will join us again next month.

    B x

  4. Allisa, how do you get your flowers swirled so perfect? I use tweezers and mine are never so swirled nicely-or tight! Pretty and simple! Love that cartridge!

  5. I roll my flowers with a paper quilling tool. Sadly CTMH does not carry the quilling tool, but I would think you could get one at any major chain store. I bought mine about 15 years ago at a trade show. Quilling was the hot thing at the time. Honestly I don't think I ever quilled a single flower! The tool really comes in handy for rolling the Art Philosophy flowers though!

  6. Looks like I need a quilling tool. I love the 3-D flowers, but every time I roll them they look horrible. I LOVE your Valentine box!

  7. Just an FYI-the quilling tool will roll the flowers tight. I then remove the flower from the tool and the let the flower unwind slightly before gluing.

  8. Such a gorgeous creation! I shall be adding a quilling tool to my wish list. Thank you for joining us at Penny Black and More.
    Clare x

  9. this just drew my eye from our linky list! What a stunning creation! Those flowers are gorgeous! Thank you so much for joining us in our Love and Valentine’s Challenge this week at Paper Sundaes! Good luck!

    ♥ Lisabee
    My Crafting Blog


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