Sunday, April 6, 2014

April Creative Cafe' Kit Shadow Box

Hi All!  Kristine here today to share a fun Shadow Box Card that I made with the April Creative Cafe'Card Kit-Dancin' in the Rain.  If you haven't made a shadow box card before, you should give it a try!



For the main base of the card you'll need two pieces of 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" pieces of cardstock. (I used 1 turquoise and one white panel)  and 1 panel of patterned paper that measures 3 3/8" x 4 1/8".


Score the two panels of cardstock at 1/2", 1", 4 1/2", and 5".


Die cut an oval shape in the turquoise panel.


Die cut a slightly larger oval in the patterned paper panel.


Adhere the patterned paper panel to the turquoise panel with Scrap Happy Glue.


Lightly trace the oval shape onto the white panel to help you with proper stamp placement and then stamp the images you want on the panel.  Color as needed.  When you are happy with the panel, erase the pencil.


Fold on the score lines as shown below.


Adhere the two panels together with Scrap Happy Glue.


Add the clouds and the sentiment with 3D squares to add dimension.


Here is another look at the finished shadow box.


Here's another shadow box I made.  Aren't they adorable?!?  We'd love to see yours so be sure and share with us!


Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Come by often for lots more Creative Cafe' Card Kit inspiration from the design team!



Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe' - April Creative Cafe Kit of the Month - Spring is In the Air & the add on stamp set, Happy Spring
Paper: The Rubber Cafe' - April Creative Cafe Kit of the Month -Spring is in the Air
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Teal Zeal, Rose Bud, and Cantaloupe dye ink
Adhesive: The Rubber Cafe'- Scrap Happy Glue, 3D Foam Squares
Embellishments: Flower Garland included in kit
Tools/Dies: Spellbinders dies

5 comments:

Dawn Carlyle said...

Such an adorable and creative card! Great tutorial...

kiwiaus03 said...

Great Card. Thanks For The Tutorial

wombat wriggler said...

What a clever idea and you've made it look relatively simple to do; Thanks for the tutorial, the inspiration and the guts to have a go at making my own shadow box card.

Wyvern said...

Thanks for sharing that great tutorial! I'm always looking for new ways to make a "card". I'll be trying this soon!

lucretia said...

So, does it lie flat for posting and if so what kind of box do you use? Thanks