Monday, March 5, 2012

Floral 3D Letters

This is one of my favorite projects this year. The SVG cut file is from The Cut file collection is call 3D Letters. These letters were cut using my Silhouette Cameo with my SCAL3 computer program. Each letter is approximately 7" high. Each letter is filled with sand in a plastic bag inside. Each letter is embellished with punched and layered flowers. Flowers are punched using EK Success dimensional Flower Punch and SU flower punches. Silk flowers are also an option to be used, too. Vellum card stock Embossed butterflies from Joy Crafts was used for each letter with Stardust Stickles on the "body". Leaves are a SU exclusive Sizzlit die randomly positioned on the letters. Finish the flowers with adhesive pearls.

Here's the "G":

Closer view of the flowers on the "G": flowers are popped with dimensionals.

The "I":

The flowers and butterfly at the bottom of the "I":
Here's the "N":

Close-up of "N":

Here's the "A":

Close-up of "A":

back side of each letter:

Use any co-ordinating pattern paper with contrast solid card stock to create your own letters. Thank you for joining me today and a very happy crafting day to you.........


Whimcees said...

Hello Patti!

I hope this finds you well! Beautiful project - the colors and pattern papers are lovely! Wishing you a happy week!


Barbara Diane

Jan Castle said...

what pretty letters Patti!!!!
Everything is so whimsical and lovely at the same them!
Paper Hugs,

Project Create said...

do i need a special program to use this or will it work with just my computer and printer?
Thanks, these are adorable!

Patricia Gessner said...

Oh Patti, these are just heavenly.
Soooooooo pretty.

Anonymous said...

Wow! This project is obviously a lot of work but when you add the preciseness you've done, it is a monumental and fantastic project. I hope Gina appreciates it. Sue

Creations by Patti said...

To answer PROJECT CREATE's question: You DO need to have the SVG cut file from and also SCAL3 computer program to make this project. No need for a printer since the letters are cut using the Silhouette (ir any comaptable SCAL3 cutters).
my best,

Karli said...

luuuuuv this! makes me want to get a cameo just to do this :) hugs

SRA JUANY said...

hola patti como hago para cambiar el tamaƱo de las letras