12 October 2020

Amazing Paper Grace October 2020 Die of the Month Blog Hop - Pop Up 3D Vignette Camera

 

Strike a pose!! In this world of smartphones and selfies, everyone is a photographer.  Because every day we are tied to cameras of some sort, it seems only fitting to acknowledge our love of the camera.  It is hard to resist!  Today we are sharing the Amazing Paper Grace October 2020 Die of the Month - 3D Pop Up Vignette Camera.

Becca Feeken of Amazing Paper Grace sent me these lovely dies to create with.

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Pop Up 3D Vignette Camera Details

Becca shared that this is one of her passion projects and we all see why - cameras are everywhere!  What better icon to symbolize a tie to our everyday joys and our memories, and preserving them.  It is an instrument that brings us such joy and through using brings us closer to people, events, and places.

Today we want to inspire you to think of different combinations using the 3D Pop Up Vignette Camera.

Let us help you with the inspiration!

  1. Pop Up Card
  2. Card Front
  3. Pop Up Mini Scrap Book
  4. Shaped Card
  5. Shaped Scrapbook
  6. Gift Card Holder
  7. Wedding Tablesetting Favor

What are yours?  Be share to share in your comments!

There are 16 dies included in the 3D Pop Up Vignette Camera.

My Project Today using 3D Pop Up Vignette Camera.

When I had seen the camera's die the first time I knew that my project will be black exactly how my camera 📷 looks like. The best thing is that you can create the lens as long as you want. I made five circles adhered one to each other. I used 3d tape to create some dimensions. To create my camera I used a black paper and gold wax to add some vintage style. 

I'm going to get this project to my photography's tutor in college as a Christmas card. I embellished it with some small poinsettias.





My second project is a mini photo album. I put the pink camera on the cover and decorated with Candlewick Rosebud flowers. 



Supplies:  

Stamps:   none
Paper: black paper, brown paper, texture pink paper, romantic escape. 
Ink: none
AccessoriesAmazing Paper Grace October 2020 Die of the Month - 3D Pop Up Vignette Camera, S6-158 Grand Snow Globe (little poinsettia), S4-1015 Candlewick Rosebud

Visit the Creative Team for 3D Vignette Camera Inspiration

We had a blast this month working with the 3D Pop Up Vignette Camera. Visit each Creative Team blog linked below for their take on creative paper crafting ideas with the new Amazing Paper Grace October 2020 Die of the Month!

Visit Joanna Wisniewska
Visit Beatriz Jennings
Visit Patricia Manhire
Visit Agnieszka Posluszny
Visit Nida Tanweer
Visit Tara Brown
Visit Linda Parker
Visit Rajni Chawla
Visit Kate Skonieczna - you are here
Visit Becca Feeken at Amazing Paper Grace

Did you see a project that tickled your fancy?  Let us know in the comments!

Where can you find us:

SHARINGAmazing Paper Grace Creative Encouragement Community on Facebook.

POSTING Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month page on Spellbinders —–> Upload so others can see your work!

TALKING AmazingPaperGrace_Creates our new account on Instagram.  You ask there, we answer there.

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Thank you for stopping by

Kate

14 comments:

  1. Kate these are so gorgeous! They are perfectly made and look so wonderful!

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  2. Beautiful projects Kate - I bet you were over the moon when you saw the camera vignette dies for the first time. Suits you to a tee xxx

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    1. O yes Linda. I knew I had to create in black colour :)

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  3. Sweet projects Kate... love the black camera with the gold and the pretty poinsettias... so elegant... the album is so cool! Love how you turned it into a little booklet... Thanks for the inspiration! Be safe and God bless!

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  4. Hi, Kate, I am particularly captivated by the black camera. The gold wax gave it an amazing vintage metal look - love it!

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  5. Thank you :) Yes, without the wax this project looked completely different :)

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