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Shine Bright | Spellbinders 3D Vignette Twin Lens Camera

Hello, I hope you’re having a nice weekend!

I had the chance the play with the 3D Vignette Twin Lens Camera die set from Spellbinder’s latest 3D Vignette release by Becca Feeken. This die set has everything you need to make a sweet three-dimensional twin lens camera that holds photos! But, instead of creating the full camera project, I used the front of the camera and just one of the card inserts to create a card that holds a gift card.

I started off by creating two ink-blended panels using Wild Honey, Saltwater Taffy, and Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide inks. I made two because I wanted to make sure I had enough blended cardstock to cut out all of the pieces that I needed.

Next, I followed the included instructions in the set to die cut the pieces I need for the front of the camera. I alternated between using the ink-blended panels and white cardstock and the result is fun colorful camera front. For the gift card holder, I trimmed just a little bit off the left and right side of one of the tabbed inserts so that it would slide easily in and out of a channel I created by placing foam tape around the back borders of the camera front. I used a bit of removable adhesive tape runner to stick a gift card to the insert.

I adhered the camera front to a background made using the Sun Rays embossing folder and then slid in the gift card. Then I foiled a sentiment from the Everyday Sentiments II hot foil plate set onto a top piece of the camera. To finish, I adhered the sentiment with foam tape and then glued the card front to a card base.

Thank you so much for visiting and be sure to check out the entire 3D Vignette collection from Becca Feeken!

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