Do you like creating your own, personalized, trendy, scrapbooking accents? Today I have a few ideas I’d love to share with you using products you might already have in your stash, and if you don’t, you are going to want get some for sure- LOL. Adhesives by 3L have an amazing selection of products with a myriad of creative uses…take a look here for amazing ideas from their creative team.

Kim Watson+My Greatest Treasure+FP

Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L products used:

Keepsake Envelopes- Mixed
Adhesive sheets- 4×6″
3D foam squares- Small white
E-Z Dots® Permanent – Refillable
E-Z Dots® Repositionable – Refillable
Creative Photo corners- Black
Creative Photo corners- Craft

Other supplies needed:

Burlap & Bouquets: Papers, Tags, Ephemera, Journal Cards, Buttons
Vellum paper
Chalkboard tags
Tissue paper

I have seen designers create these cute flower accents but never actually made one myself. Here’s how I did it.

Kim Watson+Corner flower+#1

Snip off the sticky tab at the bottom of the photo corner.

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It is quicker if you work in strips along the width of the sheet.

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Start with the center four corners, and layer underneath each petal, building the flower as you go.

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Once your flower is the size you require, prop up a pretty button with a 3D foam square for extra dimension.

Now let’s make the clear keepsake pocket.

Kim Watson+Keepsake pocket

Grab your desired size of Keepsake Envelopes. They come in a handy mixed size pack. Trim a journal card to fit inside. Slip the card in and pour a few pretty sequins or any small flat accessory on top of the card and seal shut with the self-sealing flap. Attach to a piece of patterned paper for extra stability using E-Z Dots® Permanent runner.

Now we can work on our creative base page. You been needing about four Adhesive sheets- 4×6″ to do this.

Step #1

Kim Watson+Adhesive Sheets+#1

Tile your adhesive sheets on your base paper. I positioned mine in the center.

Step #2

Kim Watson+Adhesive Sheet+#2Remove the protective backing and rub tissue paper on the sticky surface. Make sure to leave creases and wrinkles for added interest. Make sure to rub down properly before laying on the other patterned papers and accents.

Step #3

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To make sure your chipboard alphas and accents will be completely secure on your page press them onto an Adhesive sheet before adding them to the page.

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Lets finish the page.

Kim Watson+E-Z dotsIf you aren’t exactly sure of the position of your page elements, try Repositionable E-Z Dots® which will allow you to shift and reapply without fear of tearing the page underneath.
Kim Watson+My Greatest Treasure+FP+cls#1Add some black stitching for punch, although the keepsake pocket steals the show.  :)
Kim Watson+Greatest Treasure+FP+cls#3Pop up up your accents with 3D foam squares for great height and dimension.
Kim Watson+Greatest Treasure+photocnrscls#1Tell me this little photo corner flower isn’t the sweetest thing??

Kim Watson+Greatest Treasure+photocnrscls#2Add black punch with black photo corners, snipped into baby chevron shapes.

I hope this project has inspired you to pull out your adhesive products again and use them in fresh, new ways? A huge thank-you to Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L for the fantastic adhesive products!

Stay with us all week as we inspire you with projects created with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.  Comment on any post this week to win a prize pack of Everyday Circus and 3L goodies!

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Fancy Pants Products used: Burlap & BouquetsVellum paperChalkboard tags