Jolees Butterfly Stickers, Westcott Scissors, Xyron Creative Station, Copic Sketch: BV11, BV12, BV13, Distress Ink: Dusty Concord, Acetate
For more tips on creating with the Lush Lilac collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/KDbdzC0MnAI.
For more tips on creating with the flower shaping molds, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FSdPL7nXvQE.
Cover your shadow box using paper from the Lush Lilac collection. For the box cover you will use the sheet from the set that has 4 panels that has a center that matches your card box. You will cut the center out from the paper using your craft knife. You will keep the section you cutout as well as the frame you are left with.
Now take a piece of acetate and cover the front of the card box with it. Now take the frame piece from the set above and lay over the card box front. Similar to how an overlay would work.
Now you will take the center piece from step 1 and stamp/die cut a total of 30 lilac flower pieces. (Save half for later). Give your flowers added color by using your copic sketch pens in : BV11, BV12 and BV13. For the ends, use your Dusty Concord distress ink which brings all the colors together for a nice color of lilac. Now emboss each of your die cut flowers using the Lush Lilac Shaping Mold and add some mauve gala glitz to the center of each flower. Once your flowers are done you will glue half of the flowers to the centerpiece you have cut out placing them along the outer edge. This will allow the flowers to be seen through your card box window.
Now glue this centerpiece inside of the card box. Once complete glue all sides of your card box together so you have a complete closed box. Now fussy cut 5 leaves from one of your patterned papers to be used in the next step.
Now glue the additional flowers on the outside of your enclosed box and add the fussy cut leaves from the sheet of patterned paper. Complete your cardbox by adding your Jolees butterflies to the front.