3D Scene Builder Celebrate Your Day Stamp & Die (GEM-STD-3DSB-CYD)
Craft cards that fold out to reveal a magical world with the Gemini 3D Scene Builder Collection. Create cute arches, magical forest scenes and more with dies and stamps sized to create keepsake cards. Each set has everything you need to create a fabulous 3D diorama that folds flat into an envelope. Ready to send on its way to delight friends and family! The Celebrate Your Day includes 34 stamps and dies to create a popping party scene with balloon arch, gifts, floating balloons and a towering cake. Simply choose your colour scheme and add the perfect message to create card to celebrate so many occasions! Each set includes a tabbed panel die to create the 3D diorama element from card or acetate. Then you can build your 3D Scene using the accompanying stamps and dies alongside acetate tabs and strips to create a customised world. All you need is a die-cutting machine, the animal die, the Window Arches and your chosen card or paperstock. Simply place the Window Arches with the blade side facing upwards on to your cutting plate, along with the head die of your chosen animal, positioned where you would like it to peek over. Add your chosen paper on top, then sandwich the whole thing with another cutting plate. Slowly roll this through your die-cutting machine and you'll be left with a crisp cut every time. The stamps are made from the highest quality clear acrylic, which means that you can see straight through the stamp to line up the image accurately. Just adhere your chosen stamp to an acrylic block or Rock-a-Block and stamp away! This means that you're guaranteed accurate impressions every time. Personalise your 3D scene according to the occasion by adding colour, cute sentiments and arranging the scene however you like, the possibilities are endless! The 3D Scene Builder Collection has been designed to be used with Z-Fold card styles. But you can use the stamp & die sets to create stunning 3D and 2D cards! Why not take a look at the full collection and step into a new dimension of cardmaking?