Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Using craft foam to create dimensional die cuts

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Welcome back for another Clean&Simple die cutting episode!

Today I want to talk a bit about craft foam. A couple of days ago I shared a card where I used craft foam instead of dimensional adhesive. I die cut the foam and followed the shape of a paper die cut exactly and was able to layer it underneath the actual die cut for added dimension.

So today in this episode I want to show you how that was done and also share a couple of quick and easy cards using a minimum amount of supplies. 

This is another post from the bi-weekly “Clean & Simple Die Cutting” series. You can view all posts from this series by clicking here.

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

Here’s my video tutorial for you:

If you like my video please be sure to like, comment and share with your crafty friends! Thanks!

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

A few details:

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

because letter E didn’t fit the heart I had to attach it some other way – so I added some thread and made it look like it was tied to it 

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.

Clean & Simple Die Cutting #23: Dimensional die cut elements using craft foam.


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6 Comments

    1. Super cute cards with minimal supplies!!! Thanks for the idea. I hate to take the time to cut out a bunch of die cuts of one word just to pop it up! I’d much rather just do it twice!!

    1. This is such a great idea!!! Thank you so much for the video explaining how to use craft foam!

    1. Hey! So glad to find you. I really enjoy your videos, the cards are neat and fresh, great techniques, beautiful results. So much inspiration! Take care and thank you for sharing.

    1. What an excellent idea! I will be trying this very soon.

      Your videos are great – I have been popping around and watching a few. You have fabulous English also – I was expecting a strong accent. Well done and thank you for sharing your talent.

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