Fun Valentine 3D Card

Hi! This is Nicki of Nicki Hearts Cards here to demostrate the new Scooter add-on to the Box Pop series. I’m in love with this scooter! This 3D card makes an extra special card for your Valentine. Make sure to check out the video for all the details!

 

First, I colored all the parts with Copic markers. I like using Copics to give extra shading and endless color options to my projects. For the scooter, I used BG13 and BG23. I used C3, C5 and C9 as the gray colors. For the balloons, I used RV13 and RV23.

 

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Next, I put all the pieces of the scooter together with liquid glue. I advise placing the wheels as the first step, then adding the rest of the pieces. I like to use liquid adhesive for this to be able to move my pieces slightly to get perfect placement.

 

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After the scooter was assembled, it was time to make the Box Pops Base. I only used the largest die in the Box Pop set.

 

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After assembling the box, all it needed was a sentiment. I used the “Be Mine” from the scooter set with the hearts from the Impossible Box Valentine Add-on set. All products will be listed below and at the end of the YouTube video for your reference. I hope you enjoyed this card. Make sure to leave me a comment if you have questions, etc

 

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Supplies used for this card:

Box Pops, Oval Base

Box Pops, Scooter Love Add-On

Impossible Box, Valentine Add-On

i-Mend Self Mending Magnetic Pro Deck

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