Other Products: Foam tape, double sided tape, Sizzix, Trimmer, Zig brushes, Heat Embossing Ink, White Embossing Powder, Chipboard , Metal Corners, Flat Pearls.
For more tips on creating with the Lush Lilac collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/KDbdzC0MnAI.
Instructions: Love to decorate your consoles or your creative space and here we have a display using 2 shadowboxes. To create this display, take a white chipboard measuring 6.5"x 6.5" and then cover the base with a decorative pattern paper from the Lush lilac collection. Distress the edge and this becomes the base of the shadowbox. Take one shadowbox which measures 6"x6" and cut the base flap and adhere it on top of another shadowbox. This will increase the depth of the shadowbox, and also make space inside to decorate with fillers and flowers. On the inside layer stick a clear sheet which will create a transparent opening.
Stamp Lilac petals in Frost White ink on white card stock and heat emboss with white embossing powder. Color with Plum and Deep Purple ink. Diecut with coordinating die and shape a few of them using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit. You'll want to leave some of them flat. Stamp all the other elements using plum archival ink on a white card stock and then color them using zig brushes.
On the inside frame, add a die cut piece of the Sweetheart Border from the Heartfelt love collection from a patterned paper. On the panel inside, add flat lush lilac flowers centered with some branches and frills. Place some pieces you've colored on the inside panel. Once the inside panel is ready stick the top layer. Die cut 2 pieces of the decorative border using some pattern paper and adhere it on both the sides. Embellish and assemble the flowers and leaves on top of the shadow box and one bouquet on one of the side leaving the sides empty for the inside to peep out.
Fussy cut a sentiment from the paper collection and back it up with a solid pattern paper. Place that on an assembled branches and flowers on one of the corners. To finish the card, place a stand at the back of the chipboard and also adhere metal corners on all 4 sides of the display.
Created By: Piyanki Biswas