Christmas Shadow Box Card

i made my first shadow box card with my scor-pal and it was fun to create! i’m playing along with the LAWN FAWNATICS CHALLENGE 41 – SHAPED CARDS which ends in 7 hours.

i followed jennifer mcguire’s video tutorial and i kept the front of the card clean and simple, masking words from the say what? christmas critters to fit with the merry from the happy happy happy add on die cut from a piece of tree paper in the lawn fawn really rainbow christmas 6 x 6 paper; the thin dotted strip is from the same paper pad and it was attached to a lime green base.

i painted this cute teddy with twinkling H2Os on hot pressed watercolour paper and die cut using the coordinating die; the stitched circle tag die was used to create an ornament window and i added a small bow. i used blue distress inks and oxide inks to create the sky, splattered with water.

i’m also playing along with the Scor-Pal More than One Score Challenge #55 December Anything Goes Christmas.

thanks for popping by.

lawn fawn products used:
oh what fun stamp set & coordinating die
stitched circle tags
say what? christmas critters (sentiments)
happy happy happy add on die (merry)

4 thoughts on “Christmas Shadow Box Card

  1. Ilove this card, the shadow box. Perfect on the outside and then inside to the Christmas bauble. That lime green cardstock goes perfectly. I have to admit I tried making the shadow box card, I watched Jennifers video then another girls and they made it seem so simple but each time I tried it just didn’t work out (when it came to taping down the section to make the box shape, I gave up in the end. I think my brain struggles with anything mathematical for getting sizing right and following directions (might be the left handed part of me). Who knows :) xx hugs Aileen

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