This is the day the LORD has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it.....PSALM 118:24

Tuesday, May 16, 2017


Happy Wednesday everyone!!  Hope you are having a fun day, I would like to share a fun shadow box card with you today using the new Happy Flowers stamp set from Sparkle N Sprinkle.  The digi papers from this set were also used to create the card.  Let me show you have this all came together!!

First I printed off the designer paper from the digi bundle onto a 8.25" x 11" piece of cardstock.  The paper was then cut twice to 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" and each end was scored at 1/2" and 1".  The ends were then valley folded to create the card.  The front piece was die cut using the Tonic Eastern Oyster dies. Here is a tutorial on how to create this shadow box card.

The sweet flowers were stamped with Desert Sand Memento ink and colored using Tombox markers.  Sparkle was added using the Nuvo Small Glue Pen along with Sparkling Snow and Spirited Green glitter.  The grass was die cut using Elizabeth Craft Outdoor Edges die from left over paper that had been covered with Peridot Green Glimmer Paste.  

The sentiment was stamped using Peacock Feathers Distress Ink and glittered with Waterfall glitter using the Nuvo Small Glue Pen right over top of the ink.  Small drops of Sea Breeze Jewel Drops were added under the sentiment.  The sentiment was die cut using the Tonic Eastern Oyster Dies.

The butterflies were made using a piece of cardstock that had been covered with a piece of 2 1/2 Tear-ific Tape.  The backing was removed and the cardstock was covered with Cloud Nine glitter.  The butterflies were stamped using StazOn ink using the Corner Garden stamp set. Once the ink is dry the butterflies were colored using Tombow markers.  Fussy cut out the butterflies and placed them on the card.  

Hope you have enjoyed my project.  This is a really fun card to make and so pretty when finished!  

Have a wonderful day and remember......Keep Stamping!!

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Your comments are very "special" to me...Belinda