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Unread 03-17-2017, 11:10 AM   #1
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does anyone know how to use fabric to make a 3d look on cards? the ones i saw had a basic flat first layer the other layers where put on with some shape to them to give it a 3 d effect but they held there shape when mailed . i first thought may origami but not sure any help would be appreciated. these cards were beautiful and so different
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Have you seen the Terial Arts product that was introduced at CHA? https://imaginationinternationalinc.com/terial-arts/
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Another product I can think off that makes fabric mouldable is called Powertex.
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I used a fabric stiffing product by Aleene's on a Christmas basket over 30 years ago and it's still looks perfect. I even store it in the attic - here in Texas where weather ranges from 20's in winter to well over 100 in the summer.
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This is what I used to use to make "stiffy bows" back in the day...

https://www.plaidonline.com/stiffy/brand/plaid.htm

I wonder if some kind of gel medium would work.
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I know that I am new here and card making but I read on a blog where the sprayed adhesive onto the fabric and then applied it to wax paper or freezer paper. It is just like moulding paper once dry.

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I know that I am new here and card making but I read on a blog where the sprayed adhesive onto the fabric and then applied it to wax paper or freezer paper. It is just like moulding paper once dry.

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