Sunday, 26 November 2017

Poinsettia and all things 3D

Hello friends

Revisiting one of my favourite 3D stamps today - Poinsettia.
For my card I simply stamped three times and used Chameleon pens to 
lightly colour.  Mounted onto a black mat and white card base.

Typed and die cut sentiment added to the bottom of the card.
Sheets of festive sentiments are available on the website here.

Poinsettia stamp is in stock and available on the website here.

The 3D stamps are clever and so useful for speedy cards.
Quite a few are in the Black Friday sale too!

Talking of 3D...Elliott has made a recent purchase a 3D printer.
All part of his Uni course in Digital Media and Design.
I confess I didn't know much about these but I'm definitely learning now.

With special software and designing you can design and print plastic
3D items. Very techy, geeky and amazing.  

Hope you are all having a good weekend,
bright and chilly here today, perfect dog walking weather.

Take care friends.


nattyboots said...

Beautiful stamping Christine and a beautiful card .
Elaine H X

Teresa Doyle said...

Wow Christine, what a beautiful card.
A 3D PRINTER? Oh dear, and I am bumbling my way through the learning curve of using a tablet. Technology is getting way too advanced for this grandma! Lol

Laura O' Connor said...

like these stamps ,have a few and I must use them more ,the 3D printer is really cool have seen them on c&c this week brilliant,Laura O Springfield

hazel young said...

Fabulous card Christine love the colours you have used. You will have to get Elliott to print you embellishments for your cards. This is something I need to get round to doing, but currently, die cutting all dies and logging them into folders x

Kitty Davies said...

Thank you a beautiful card.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

Jackie Durrant said...

A beautiful card Christine. I've seen the 3D printers on C&C and they are fascinating but I don't think I'll be buying one. Be interesting to see what the boys make though. Best wishes Jackie x

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