Pop-up Shadow Box Card | Rainbows & Unicorns

Today I created a whimsical pop-up shadow box card using the Rainbows & Unicorns stamp set from My Favorite Things.

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First I cut two pieces of Blue Violet cardstock from Simon Says Stamp to be 5.5 x 7.5. I added some score marks on both ends of both pieces of paper and the .5” and 1” score line. Check out the video to understand this a little better. I also cut a piece of Wild Wisteria cardstock from Gina K Designs to be 5.5 x 5.5. Using the Hero Arts nested circle dies I cut a large circle out of one of the Blue Violet panels and the Wild Wisteria panel.

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I stamped some images from the Rainbows & Unicorns stamp set on Neenah Solar White cardstock with Gina K Designs Jet Black Amalgam ink. I colored them in with Copic markers and cut them out with my Scan N Cut. I also stamped a sentiment from the set on a strip of white cardstock. I adhered that sentiment strip behind the Wild Wisteria panel and then glued that panel on top of my front card panel. I added two of the vellum clouds to the back of the front panel so you can see them peeking through the window.

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I glued a piece of Really Rainbow patterned paper from Lawn Fawn to my back card panel. I then glued two of the vellum clouds and the rainbow image on top of that. I glued my unicorn image to a strip of sturdy plastic and then sandwiched that strip in between my front and back panels.

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To finish up the card I added some white gel pen highlights and some Wink of Stella glitter.


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Rainbows and Unicorns Shaker | My Favorite Things

Hello my crafty friends! Today I am sharing a fuse tool shaker card using some products from My Favorite Things.

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I used Spun Sugar Distress Oxide ink and the cloud stencil from My Favorite Things to create a cloudy background panel. I then closed that panel up into a shaker pocket with my fuse tool, adding in some sequins from Lucy’s Cards.

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I stamped some of the images from the Rainbows and Unicorns stamp set and colored them in with Copics. I also stamped a sentiment from that set onto Cotton Candy cardstock from Simon Says Stamp and embossed it with Alabaster white embossing powder.

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I adhered the shaker pocket to an A2 card base with my ATG gun. I then glued the sentiment strip and the rainbow image along the bottom of the card. I die cut some clouds out of vellum and placed them above the sentiment. I glued the unicorn down over the clouds and onto the card.

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To finish up this card I added some highlights to the images with a white gel pen. I then went over all of the clouds with my Wink of Stella glitter brush.


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Sweet Carousel Shaker Card | Pink & Main

Hello crafty friends! Today I am sharing a really fun and sparkly shaker card.

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I stamped the adorable unicorn from the Sweet Carousel stamp set by Pink & Main onto Bristol Smooth paper and then colored it in with Arteza watercolor markers. I used the coordinating die to cut the unicorn out using my Big Shot.

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Next I took an A2 size panel of white cardstock and cut a square out of it. I glued a piece of acetate to the back to make a window. Using foam tape I went around that window and then filled the space with large clear glitter. I closed up the shaker with a piece of light pink cardstock.

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I took the unicorn that I colored in a glued it in the middle of the shaker window. I then glued the whole panel to an A2 size card base.

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For the sentiment I picked out a stamp from the Sweet Carousel stamp set and stamped it onto dark gray cardstock with embossing ink. I embossed it with white embossing powder and then popped it up in my card.


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