Other Products: Score Board, foam tapes, crystal clear glitter, Sigma Cardstock 230 gsm, Black and green Cardstock, Red Tacky tape, Crystal Clear glitter, Acetate Sheet, Archival Inks - Plum, Library Green, Fern Green and Leaf Green, Finger daubers, Distress Ink Peacock Feather, Ribbon and Twine
Watch this video https://youtu.be/wxX94X84kUo for tips on using foldout cards, shadowbox and the border basics dies. Watch this video https://youtu.be/MdCjrtRUcFU to learn how to create and shape the flowers.
Instructions: Score and crease all the sides of 6" X 6' Foldout card box (Black). Mat the inside of the box with designer paper from Winking frog Collection. Cover the front as well as the sides with designer paper too. Distressed all the sides softly with Peacock Feather Distress ink. Cut 3 strips of 1 1/2" X 6", 2 1/2" X 6" and 3 1/2" X 6". Mat it on a black card stock with glue that dries clear. Now cut all the stripes forming peaks and mountains at various intervals using very basic die from Classic Border Basic Die. Adhere them all inside the box. Cut a long strip of 3/4" in green cardstock and distress one side with peeled paint. Adjust icicle die several times on the green strip and run it through bigshot machine. This will form the look of grass around all the elements. From the designer paper of Winking frog Collection, die cut several images and dress them with glitter using the adhesive that dries clear. Once all the elements are ready, assemble them as shown inside and outside the box giving dimensions with foam tapes. Once you are happy with the arranging all the elements inside the box, cut acetate sheet little bigger to the window and stick from inside of the box using red tacky tape. Close the box card.
For the flowers, stamp the images from Water Lily Cling Stamp Set with Archival Plum and paint it using Colorbox Berrylicious. Cut the images with its coordinating die and shape the flowers as taught by Emma Lou. Leaves are stamped with Library Green and colored using Fern Green and Leaf Green Archival Ink. Cut 2 tags from the tag die and adhere designer paper from the same collection. Create two pockets on the back of the box, one vertical and other horizontal so that the tags pop out a little sideways. Decorate the tags with flowers and further embellish them using twine and ribbon.
Created By: Rajni Chawla