Hello everyone! I have a fun example to show you of another way that you can use the new Layered Snowflake-Frame Die Set from Sunny Studio Stamps. It’s the perfect size to frame the opening of a shadow box card!
My shadow box measures at 6.25″ x 4.5″ when folded flat and fits perfectly into a standard A6 sized envelope. I used a piece of Kraft Card Stock for the front and back portions of my card and used the Layered Snowflake-Frame Die to cut a window into the front of one panel.
I then used a White Gel Pen to color over some of the flakes to make them look like they’re messily covered with snow. I also added some stitched snow drifts by using the Woodland Borders Dies and some White Card Stock.
I stamped all of my images from the new Merry Mice Stamp Set with Tuxedo Memento Black Ink onto a sheet of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock, colored with Copics, and used the coordinating Merry Mice Dies to cut them out.
Before putting my card together, I blended a pink background sky by blending some Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Inks. Lastly, I heat embossed my sentiment with Fine Detail White Embossing Powder onto a sheet of Black Card Stock and then trimmed it down to size.
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Oh my this box card is fabulous! Rachel, your attention to detail is second to none, meanwhile those mice are incredibly cute too. I’m loving this simply as its intended purpose or as an ornamental Christmas display village connected with multiple box cards; the possibilities are endless. You are quite the crackerjack and have fired the imagination for this year’s Christmas village theme. Thank you so much for sharing your talents. Cheers and blessing from Aus, Adam.
Thank you so much, Adam! :0)
I love the cute little mice and of course that pink background!
Thank you, Dorothy! <3 It's fun to go with non-traditional Christmas colors at times lol.