Saturday, November 22, 2014

Eiffel Tower Paris Inspired Card

To make this card with a Paris Eiffel Tower 3D Mod Melt, I painted the card with a landscape and then placed the Mod Melt. 

To do this card project you will need...
Card stock
Acrylic or watercolour paint
Brush
Mod Melts
Mod Molds Travel for the Eiffel Tower
Glue gun
Paint the cardstock with a Paris landscape close to the Eiffel Tower. And let it dry before placing the mod melt.
I placed the mod melt inside the glue gun and squeezed the mod melt into the mold. 
When the mod melt settled, I took it out and painted it. Once the paint on the mold melt dries, add the mod melt with a glue gun to the cardstock. If you wish you can add writings to the front of the card.

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13 comments:

  1. What a lovely card! Love the pop up effect of the tower! So nice to give a handmade card!

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  2. it's been a very long time since I used acrylic paints, I've never used mod melt before - looks like a fun craft.

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  3. Very pretty! The 3d effect is cool!

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  4. Wow!! That is so very neat! I've never made anything like this but it sure makes me want to give it a go!

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  5. Very pretty. I'm pretty sure mine would never turn out looking like that I just don't seem to have the "craft thumb" lol!

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  6. I've never used mod melts before. your card is lovely and the colours are so pretty. fabulous!!

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  7. Love this idea. I think handmade cards are so special My Aunt who passed away last year painted the most beautiful water colour note cards I could never bring myself to use them

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  8. Very artistic. I've never heard of Mod Melts before. I may need to get some and experiment.

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