|Find three equal pictures with a clear 3D layout (what is in front and what is in the back). Cut out the figures to become this:
Pic 1: The complete picture for the background
Pic 3: Details which will come on the foreground
Pic 2: The in-between layer
|Fixate pic 1 on the card with (preferably) a photo glue.
Use a small sharp tool (e.g. a wooden stick) to randomly place small dots of 3D-kit or silicone kit on the backside of picture 2. Try to make them all in the same size!
|Use a pair of tweezers to place picture 2 on picture 1. Take care of a proper alignment. Gently push on pic 2 to make all heights equal, 1-1,5mm will do nicely.
Let this dry for some time.
|Put dots of kit on the back of the top pictures and stick them on picture 2. Take care of alignment and distances.|
The dots under the pictures create an extra sense of depth.
Instead of kit you can also use 3D-tape or another tape with a proper thickness. In this way the distance from layer to layer is always the same.
Variations: Leafs of a plant looks nice if the kit does not have the same thickness everywere. You can also manipulate the paper a little bit to make it speherical instead of flat.