Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Happy Anniversary

Welcome friends to a brand new post where we are debuting yet another collection which simply classic , elegant and unique. So that we can capture our memories better  in a more beautiful way we have this collection beautifully made.

Today I have shadow box easel card using the wedding classic collection.

Other Products: Heat Gun, Foam, Scissors, scoreboard, Trimmer, Distress ink, water color brushes, vellum
For tips on how to create a layered card and shadow boxes  check out this video here
Instructions: Start by taking a white card stock that measure 4.25" x 11". Score on the 11" at 5.5" and 2.75" and fold along the scored lines. This will form  the card easel base. Cut coordinating paper with 1/8" less than the card base and adhere to the white card easel panel. For the inside cut another piece of coordinating paper and cut at 1/8" less than 4.25" x 5.5" and adhere it inside. On four corners adhere flat base pearls and finish the inside with a sentiment cut from the paper collection. Use some foam tape to adhere the sentiment which will help the easel to stand.
For the easel front panel, die cut 2 piece from the Decorative Medallion Die using the white card stock. Also die cut the outline using a coordinating paper and solid cardstock. Adhere altogether and adhere to the easel front forming a circle. Using the CBC1-456-2 Card Shadow Box Set - White fold the shadow box along the score line. Cut cordinating piece of paper and stick it to the shadow box. 
To embellish the shadow box stamp and die cut from the wedding bells stamp and die set from a water color paper. Color the images using black soot distress ink and pink archival ink. Die cut some leaves from the Botanical rose stamp set using vellum. Trim all elements and assemble them inside and also on top of the shadow box.Once the shadow box is embellished adhere it on the medallion base which in turn stick it to the easel front base. Die cut and shape some botanical rose flowers and place them on the sides to complete the easel card.

Share how you like the card and also would love to hear from you.

Until then happy crafting!

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