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For more tips on creating with the Backyard Blossoms collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/swO34-n1HNc.
Instructions: Card size: 6 1/4 X 61/4". Cut one 6 X 6" panel from the Backyard Blossoms paper collection, cut the center out and use it on the inside back as a backdrop for the scene. Use the outside section for the outer frame of the box. Sponge all the edges using Deep Purple very lightly. The sides of the box and the inside bottom "tabs" are covered in more of the decorative paper. Use the plain die from the Fleur Border Basics to make rolling landscapes on the "tabs". Once the box is put together, cover the back of the box to cover the joining tabs.
Stamp in Tuxedo Black, die cut and color trees for the background, critters, blossoms from both the Woodsy collection and the Backyard Blossoms collection, coneflowers (including the corner border), Dogwood, Wildwood Blossoms and leaves. After coloring with Copic Markers, form all flowers including coneflowers from the back and add Prills to the coneflower centers using a mix of Go Man Go and Express-O Yourself, add I Cannot Tell A Lilac Prills to Dogwood blossoms and Go Man Go to tiny Wildwood Florals. Stamp the sentiment with Deep Purple onto some matching sky decorative paper and mat with some orange paper from the Butterfly dreams paper. Use foam tape to pop up from the background panel.
Start from the back and work forward adding trees, flowers, animals smaller to larger so have proper dimension in size. Use the larger coneflowers on the frame and fill in with wildwood Blossoms. At the top, use the dangling Dogwood branch cut into pieces and add some regular leaves from the Window Box Fillers. Now add the smallest blossoms from the Flowering Dogwood and the Wildwood Florals on top of and in addition to the blossoms on the Dogwood branch. End with curling some ribbon and bow in and around the top Dogwood area.
Created By: Robin Clendenning