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Friday, May 17, 2013

Triangular Diorama

Hello Dear Stamper Friends:
Today I am bringing to  you another fun shape card...this one is a Diorama, [small 3 dimensional scene in which models of figures are display against a background], not a square or a rectangular as they usually are, but in a Triangular shape!

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I featured this card at the French blog "Un Brin De Créativité" for Memory Box
It shows several new dies from the Memory Box, Spring 2013 release. The bridge as soon as I saw it I knew that I had to make it in suspension some how and this is how the shape of the card came to life. and it reminds me so much of the "Golden Gate" in "San Francisco".

Here is a shot of all the supplies of the dies that I used and the inks for making the background


I just was reminded again about this technique at a "Rubber Stamp Convention" that I was at last week-end and I decided to do it and use it to make the background for the "Diorama"

TECHNIQUE: On a glossy paper stamp with "Versamark: {frost for the trees and regular for the mountains}" the image, then you use the "kaleidacolor" inks with a brayer and that's it...so easy and effective...I loved it...and the lady doing the demo had fantastic cards at her booth...here it is the link of their store: "Stamp A Mania" and they specialize in south western rubber art stamps, just in case you want to have a look...

CONSTRUCTION: As for the Shape of the card: you take an A2 card (4 1/4" x 5 1/2"), add a third panel just a bit larger (5" x 5 1/2") score 3/8" on each side to be glued on both sides and  make a "triangular diorama"



I added some "Stickles" which are hard to see on the photo...but the whale, the frame, the flowers and the bridge were embellished with some of them.


Here is a view from the top


and here it is a view from the side...


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17 comments:

  1. great job Bibiana ....love this card...and love you blogged in French....
    kisssss

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  2. Oh! wow! Bibiana, this a stunningly beautiful piece of Paper Engineering, I love it.
    Have a great day

    Patricia xxx

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  3. Gorgeous piece - love the scene you have created. I have just bought that die to use as Golden Gate bridge on a Wedding card - theme is the city!

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  4. Woo-hoo, that is one heck of a fancy card. I love it. I'm crazy for dies and look forward to seeing your upcoming creations. Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my post too.

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  5. Hi Bibiana, I wanted to thank you for your lovely comment on my blog, I just had to pop over and I am so glad I did, this is so beautiful a truly wonderful project, superb creation.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  6. Wow! This is so creative and beautiful. The colors are fabulous, too. Very striking!!!

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  7. Wonderful diorama project Bibiana, makes a unique card design. Fabulous colors and of course I love all the Memory Box dies.

    Regards Diane

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  8. So imaginative! The mix of die cuts works so well together especially in your diorama format. Awesome card! Hugs!

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous sweetie x x x

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  10. WOW, Bibiana, this is so CREATIVE! Thanks for showing all of the steps and the amazing products you used to create this! LOVE the bridge and the flower branch! Wish i had known how to make this when my son was in school. He could have just blown the teacher away! GORGEOUS!

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  11. WOW, WOW, WOW, this card it the BOMB ******!!. I think this is TOO BRILLIANT.
    I was here earlier, I was talking to my GF and I sent this to her,I said I'm going to go and post his RIGHT NOW. She also wanted to post it on her facebook. I hope the world see this card it is really outstanding Bibiana.I'm almost speechless:O).
    The framing in the front, brilliant, now that bridge is out of this world. Thanks so much for sharing this, and have a brilliant day..

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  12. amazing project, fabulous how you have created this card, fabulous dies you have used
    pam

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  13. Im just going to say WOW!!!!

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  14. Can you hear me whistling? What a piece of art!

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  15. this is so beautiful, Bibiana, you had such a great idea! thanks for the inspiration!

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  16. A beautiful card, love those colours.

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Thanks so much for visiting my blog!...AND Thank you for taking the time to comment on my post today...It keeps me motivated!
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me, I will be more than happy to answer them.
THANKS again, Bibiana