Thursday, 31 August 2017

Warm Wishes Shadow Box

Hello Dear friends,

Heartfelt Creations is introducing Layered Cards, Shadowboxes and the layered dies . See all the details here: Here's my inspiration for shadow box card,

Products Used

Other Products: White cardstock, archival Ink-black, rose madder, diamond dust, beads-golden, green

For tips on how to create a layered card and shadow boxes  check out this video here

Instructions: Take a cardstock size 7” x 10” and fold it to half (side fold). Final size is 7” x 5”. Now take a pattern paper from Winter’s Eve Collection which is 1/8" smaller and distress the edges and paste. Next take the Card Shadow Box Set-Kraft and fold it as per the scoring lines and a box will be formed. Die cut Window Box Elements from white cardstock. Add die cut-from Window Box elements die- half on the left and half on the  right around the shadow box.

Stamp background images from Winter’s Eve collections with archival ink-black on white cardstock and color with Zig Clean Color Real brush. Fussy cut around girl and tree for the front and trim down fireplace image for the back of the shadow box.

Stamp the Sparkling Poinsettia cling stamp set flower with Rose Madder ink onto white cardstock and die cut with the coordinating die. Color with archival inks, Rose Madder and Plum. Shape using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit and create three poinsettia flowers. Sprinkle with diamond dust, and at the centre add golden beads. 

Next stamp the Window Box Filler stamps with Plum Archival ink on white cardstock. Diecut with coordinating dies. Color with Archival Inks Buttercup and Plum, sprinkle with Crystal Clear Powder using Glossy Accent. After making all these elements, arrange as shown and adhere.

Next stamp the from Festive Holly and cardinals cling set on white cardstock using black archival ink. Die cut using their coordinating dies and color with zig clean color real brush using 020 red, 053 yellow green, 048 emerald green. 

Now add a sentiment from the pattern paper and fussy cut, and paste it as shown.

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