This afternoon I moved the laptop back into the studio and picked up all my mess from the Spellbinders™ Surprise Party.  When I had a clean and organized work area once again, I felt like being a little creative.  Actually, I wanted to make one more 3D image using the Spellbinders™ S4-246 Labels Eleven.  Now I haven’t put the 3D image on a project yet, but I do want to share what I’ve got.


Now here’s what I was really going for!  The negative version of the above image.


I can’t decide about this negative 3D image.  It will be very difficult and rather awkward to put on a card.  I’m thinking that using this part of the project in some type of frame is what will happen.  I do think it’s cool looking though.  Sorry that’s is blurry  . . . I just noticed it!  Darn it all.

Once again I’ve used a downloadable image from  If you love vintage images this is the site for you.  There are so many to choose from and I’ve yet not to find what I’m looking for!

I’ll be working on adding these images to a project over the next little bit.  I can’t wait to see what I come up with.  In the meantime, I hope you find your adventure in today and remember life is short . . . make the most of your day!

7 Responses to “More with Spellbinders™ Labels Eleven!”

  1. Sherry,
    This is totally awesome, can you tell us how you did this? I am intrigued. Will I be able to find directions in Pyramid/3D, Spellbinders, Technique3s, or TwistedPapers?

  2. You knocked it out of the park.

  3. Love this. You should share the lesson. Please.

  4. Wow! You are one talented lady. What a beautiful card – thanks for sharing it. Do you have a tutorial made so we can see how it was done?

  5. absolutely beautiful! I just love your work.

  6. I found you on pinterest. I love this look. So you share how you did it, Please

  7. Absolutely stunning !! Do you have a tutorial on this amazing card?? !!

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