One wild ride card

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Shadow Box Card -  see photos on post dated 27th August 2016

Designed by Rhonda Fawcett

Stamps – One Wild Ride
Ink –Smokey Slate, Pool Party, Calypso Coral, Staz On Black, Memento Black
Card Stock –Whisper White, Smokey Slate, Pool Party, A little foxy Designer Paper Stack (DSP)
Tools – Big Shot, Layering Square Framelits, Best Banner Punch, ¾” Circle Punch, Sponge Brayer
Other – Dimensionals, White Accents, Wax Candles

1. Cut Slate card to 29.8cm x 15cm. In landscape position score at ½”, 4”, 4½”, 8”
Adhere sticky tape to ½” tab section.

2. Die-cut a square or circle “window” near top of first section (after the tab.) When folded up, this will be the inside of the card.

3. Stamp motorbike image on a piece of 8.6 x 5.8cm white card. Colour over image with wax crayon, then sponge on pool party ink. Wipe off excess wax with a tissue, the parts coloured with wax will resist the ink and will stay white.

4. Mat motorbike onto a 9.2 x 6.4cm pool party card.

5. Mat DSP piece or pieces onto a 10 X 5cm pool party card.

6. Stamp texture on card front (opposite end to tab).

7. Adhere pool party mats to front of card as shown in photo (adhere DSP one first, with motorbike one over top.) Attach stamped circle with “route 66” - raised up on a dimensional. Stamp tyre tread below dsp mat. Add accents.

8. Use edge of banner punch to make a scallop border for side of card. Attach to front inside of card.

9. Stamp sentiment below die cut window.

10. Fold along all score lines on Smokey Slate card, creating a kind of box on the inside of the card. The tab with tape will fold back and adhere to the back of the front decorated section. NB Make sure you attach it right. DO NOT attach to back of card.

11. On smaller white card, stamp “Life’s a Journey” image and punch out with banner punch. Adhere with dimensionals inside window.


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