Tuesday 1 June 2021

Slimline Shadowbox Scene

Hello!  It's time for Karen Burniston's June Designer Challenge and the Design Team was challenged to create a scene on our projects. I used several different dies by Karen Burniston to create this Slimline Shadow Box card that has a Pop Up inside. I also have a walkthrough of my card on YouTube:  

Acetate is hard to photograph, but below you get an idea of the shine from the 'window glass' on my shadowbox card. I have all the details in the video, so will keep my comments here to a minimum.

Inside I used the Katherine Label Pop Up. This is an easy die set to assemble and gives you a lot of height and dimension to the Pop Up.

The rest of the Design Team is linked on the right, I hope you will check out what they came up with for the challenge. Karen Burniston will have her project on her blog tomorrow (Wednesday).  

Remember Karen Burniston has assembly videos for her pop up dies.  Once you know how to assemble your die, the rest is card size, paper and colour choice as well as embellishments! You can change the look of your card every time you use the dies. :-)  I always enjoy showing you different looks and ways you can use your dies once you know how to assemble them.

For your convince I have linked many of the products used below. Some may be affiliate links which means f you use these links to purchase I may earn a small commission at NO extra cost to you.

Additional Supplies:
Black card stock
Sage green card stock
Card size - 3.5 x 8.5"

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  1. Loving the scene you created

  2. When you purchase Karen Berinston’s dies they work together with others so well. I have many of them and so appreciate how she shares what other dies could be added to a particular die to make a unique die. I love them beautiful card thanks!

  3. What a lovely scene in the box. I really like the shadow box idea and so many ideas to use it.

  4. Someone is going to enjoy this birthday celebration card - what a cool shadow box and pop up surprise inside - always doing a great work of art! Have a blessed day!


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