Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Another Heartfelt Creations Wednesday....

It's Wednesday again and I'm here to share another little project featuring Heartfelt Creations products!  The design team has been working with the Snow Kissed Collection and there are projects listed on the Heartfelt Creations Blog. Go by and visit and I'm sure you will be inspired to work on your Christmas cards now!



I had so much fun creating this little shadow box that could hold any number of goodies for the season and when it's empty you still have this lovely scene to enjoy.

Heartfelt Creations  Products  and Products Carried in Their Store:
HCDP1-269 Snow Kissed Paper Collection
HCD1-7108 Snow Kissed Flakes and Tags Dies
HCPC-3749 Snow Kissed Spruce Cling Stamps
HDC1-7107 Frolicking Frosty and Spruce Die
HCPC-3751 Snow Kissed Flakes and Tags Cling Stamps
HCD1-7109 Mini Snowflakes Dies
HCPC 3750 Frolicking Frosty Cling Stamps
Designer Dries Clear Glue
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
Crystal Art Glitter

Other Products Used:  White and Blue Cardstock, Forest Moss Distress Ink, Spellbinders Standard Circles Large, Zig Clean Color Watercolor Real Brush Markers in 026 Light Pink, 094 Gray Brown, 023 Scarlet Red, 036 Light Blue and 047 May Green, Windsor Newton Iridescent Medium, Water Brush, Watercolor Paper, Bling on a String, Dimensional Tape, White Embossing Powder, hot glue

Instructions:
This box is 6 X 6.  Cut one piece of cardstock 8 X 8 and one piece of cardstock at 8 1/16 X 8 1/16.  Score both pieces at 1" around all four sides.  Glue the bottom piece together and set aside.  Now working on the top piece, cut a circle in the middle of the card, then cut out a snowflake and cut off until there is only a short piece left.  Glue it so that it makes a grid for the circle cut out.  Next take a piece of blue cardstock and cut a circle in it.  Place it behind the cut out on the top part of the box and glue the piece of the snowflake between the blue and the white so the cut part is hidden.  Cut another piece of blue cardstock to fit the inside bottom part of the box and glue it down.  Next I found an image of the sleigh on one of the card fronts and cut it out using the circle die again.  Glue this so it is showing behind the circle on the box top.  I used hot glue to apply some bling around the circle just to give it a festive look.

I fussy cut the little snowman and ornaments on another card front and glued it to the top of the box.  Next stamp the little snowman onto watercolor paper and color using the Zig markers  and the iridescent Medium.  Once it dried, I glued it to the corner piece and fussy cut a sentiment out of the paper.  Stamp, emboss and cut out the trees: add glitter to the front of the trees and then use dimensional tape to adhere to the top of the box.  When I embossed the snowflakes, I added some glitter to the embossing powder and then embossed and cut out.   I decided where I wanted the snowflakes to go and then used dimensional tape to adhere them.

This is actually the first time I have made a shadow box and I have really enjoyed making and decorating it.  Try one for yourself.  You will be so pleased you did.

7 comments:

Olga Jewell said...

This is nothing but eye popping Gorgeous!

Starla said...

Darling! I love snowflakes and this set is beautiful!

BeautifulMomentCards - Tracey Fehr said...

Such a pretty design, Glenda! I love how you've incorporated that large snowflake die into this card...brilliant!

Leslie Miller said...

There's no other way to put it but "adorable"! What a cheerful scene. The big snowflake in front is a real WOW addition to the window. Interesting that you added glitter to the embossing powder. Hmmmm... I'll have to try that!

Darlene said...

WOW! This is awesome Glenda! I LOVE shadow box style cards and this one just screams Happy Holidays to me! So much fabulous eye candy ... love, love, love it!!

Sylvia said...

What a beautiful shadow box, Glenda, it is nice to see snow...on or in a box! Beautiful piece. Happy Thursday...you see I thought it was Tuesday all day yesterday, forgot to tear off the calendar page!

Maire Gamber said...

wow! Your gorgeous shadow box card is amazing. I have never tried one but your card is so inspiring and I really want to give the shadow box a try! TFS! Hugs, Marie

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