Welcome to the Lawn Fawn August Inspiration Week!
Today the Lawn Fawn Design Team is showcasing the new Shadow Box Card Dies. This fantastic interactive die set allows you to create some amazing shadow box pop up cards. Not only are these able to fold flat and mail but make great decor for seasonal holidays and the like. Let's get started with this Halloween shadow box!
The Shadow Box components were die cut from Lawn Fawn Storm Cloud and Black Licorice cardstocks (the box, stitched hillsides and trees). Before completely assembling the box (while it's still flat), it's much easier to adhere the elements. *Please be sure to watch the video tutorial to watch how to easily put the shadow box together!
The background for the shadow box, on the very back, was created by stamping and embossing the moon from the Happy Haunting Stamp Set on Canson watercolor cardstock and watering coloring the night sky and moon before stamping the smaller bat right on the moon with Black Licorice Ink.
Tombstones from the Spooktacular Stamp Set were stamped and embossed on Canson watercolor cardstock and watercolored before being die cut with the coordinating dies and adhered to the layers in the shadow box as shown.
Ghosts and the large bat from the Happy Haunting Stamp Set were stamped on vellum using Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Lawn Fawn White Embossing Powder and Simon Says Stamp Black Embossing Powder before being die cut with the coordinating dies. The ghosts were adhered as shown and the bat was adhered to a thin acetate strip and adhered behind the back layer to appear to be "flying".
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
To watch the creation of this Halloween shadow box pop up scene card from start to finish, click HERE or watch below:
S U P P L I E S
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