Mar 30, 2021

Ocean Shadow Box Card

 Happy Tuesday everyone! It's Rosie here today with my last DT post for Dies R Us. I had an amazing time with these wonderful ladies on the team, and want to wish the new ladies lots of fun and success! Today, I'm showing how I created this underwater ocean Shadow Box Card using Lawn Fawn products.

Let's Get Started!

Step 1: I cut two pieces of the shadow box frame from the Lawn Fawn Shadow Box Card Dies....one piece forms the front and one forms the back. I used the scallop frame from the Shadow Box Card Ocean Add On Dies to create the opening on the front panel. Then, I measured and cut pieces of decorative paper to glue to the inside back panel to create the ocean backdrop. Originally I was only going to put paper on the very back panel, but then decided to also add paper to the sides.
 
 

Step 2: After you glue the decorative paper to the inside, assemble the box. I use Scor-tape because then I don't have to wait for glue to dry.


Step 3: Now comes the fun part....decorating the inside! I cut two waves using the Ocean Add On Dies. I glued one close to the scallop opening. The other one was glued more in the middle of the box. I stamped the scuba diver, fishes, angler fish, and lobster from the Lawn Fawn You Are Sublime Stamps, colored them with Copics, and added them to the inside. I made the scuba diver a girl by adding some lashes. To create depth I add some of the elements on plastic strips and adhere to the back ocean wave panels with foam tape. 


Step 4: I added the sentiment strip to the back of the shadow box using plastic strips also.


Here it is all assembled!
 
 
 
These are the products I used:

 
 

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