|How to make a beautiful bauble Christmas card using embroidery|
Create 3-dimensional pictures by using four or five layers of the same picture.
the shapes out with fine scissors.
Gently shape each layer before fixing in position. Placing the piece on a soft pad, face down, and moulding it with a rounded implement can do this.
Each layer is separated from the lower one with blobs of silicone glue.
Top view showing blobs of glue separating the layers.
An alternative method is to use small pieces of double-sided sticky foam pad.
White double fold greeting card, 104mm x 152mm, with
The rose is from decoupage sheet "Flowers 2" code DP-09.
Cut the base print to fit the aperture card, rectangular, circular or oval as desired.
Cut away all background pieces and, having shaped the image, fix onto base print with silicone glue.
Separate leaves from flowers and other leaves and place individually to give the effect of one behind the other.
Separate the flowers and leaves. Fix them individually to create fullness of flowers.
A fifth print can be used to add turn-backs to the petals.
Decoupage work sheet by Pat and Reg and
reproduced with kind permission.
Decoupage images used by kind permission of the copyright owners.
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