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Shadow Box Card

Ooh, what a gloomy day here in England. Perfect day to make cards, which was difficult with a 75-lb dog practically on your lap. EOD (Explosive Ordinance Disposal) crew were blowing up a few things on our base today, needless to say, Rocky wasn't a fan of the 3-4 loud blasts, and crammed in my room with me. (If you saw my closet, you would understand...pics to come once it's photo ready!) Anywho...

This weeks challenge over at Hand Stamped Sentiments was a Shadow Box Technique challenge. Let me just tell you that this was about the easiest card I've ever made, came out beautifully, and will be making them again for sure!!!!

So, for directions on this project, I naturally popped on by Dawn Griffith's blog ( I just noticed the card in the ad above is a Dawn Griffith card!) where she has the most amazing project videos. You can find all the directions and measurements there as well. She is the first place I go for any directions or inspiration for a project.  She makes it so easy!

So, here is my card!

 I used SU's Elements of Style set, Baja Breeze and Wisper white paper, Baja Breeze, Soft Suede, Jet Black Staz On,  and Pear Pizazz inks. Some Dazzling diamonds for that little extra sparkle and Very Vanilla seam binding ribbon.

Thanks for stopping in today! Have a scrap-tastic day!!

Comments

  1. Jayme, this is gorgeous! Beautiful job and the first participant-you GO girl! Baja Breeze is the best! Great color choices. Thank you for joining us at Hand Stamped Sentiments this week!

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  2. Love it! Its beautiful! I hope you win!!!!

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  3. Jayme, this is gorgeous! This set has been on my wish list for a while now and I think you just made it a "must-have" for me, with this beauty! Stunning color combo and that little pop of bling is perfect! Thanks so much for joining us again this week at Hand Stamped Sentiments! :)

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  4. Absolutely beautiful. You've inspired me to give this a try.

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  5. Thanks!! I was really excited for how this turned out! So easy too! Thanks for all of your kind words!

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  6. This is a beautiful shadow box card. Thanks for joining us this week and I hope you will play with us again.

    Robbie

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  7. Gorgeous! Love how you colored the flowers and the sparkly humming bird is the perfect touch. Thanks for playing at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

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  8. LOVE your shadow box card, I am so in love with that stamp set and am SO tempted to order it NOW. I also dig your blog header, beautiful blog. Thanks for playing along with us at HSS!!

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  9. Congratulations!

    You have been selected as a Hand Stamped Sentiments Artist Pick for your design this week! You have earned the HSS Artist Pick Badge to display on your blog. Please email me to get your badge code. gvaldes01@satx.rr.com

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  10. Thank you guys soo much!!!!!

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