Today the Lawn Fawn Design Team is showcasing the Christmas Dreams Stamp Set and coordinating dies. I created a framed up scene with these stamps and dies with a stamped greeting on plastic overlay. This is great not only for shaker cards but for when you have a card design where a greeting doesn't necessarily fit anywhere else. I'm a huge fan of red/aqua/white Christmas colors so I added pops of aqua throughout my design for a more contemporary holiday feel!
Images from the Christmas Dreams Stamp Set were stamped on smooth white cardstock using Jet Black Ink, colored in with Copic Markers, and die cut with the coordinating dies. The thought bubble was stamped on vellum with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
The frame was die cut from smooth white cardstock with an Outside In Stitched Scalloped Rectangle die and a Stitched Oval die. On the oval die cut, I drew a pencil line to divide the "wall" from the "floor". The wall was stenciled with Pumice Stone Distress Ink using the Tim Holtz Slate Stencil. The "floor" was inked with Peacock Feathers Distress Ink and the baseboard inked with Pumice Stone Distress Ink. The oval was adhered to a white side fold card base and then the Christmas Dreams images were adhered to the the background.
Greeting from the Christmas Dreams Stamp Set were stamped on window plastic with Cotton White and Black StazOn Inks. The plastic was adhered directly behind the frame and the frame was adhered to the card base with foam adhesive squares.
The bow was adhered to the top of the frame as shown.
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
Watch the creation of this Christmas Dreams scene card with plastic greeting overlay from start to finish below or click HERE to watch in HD:
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