Friday, November 6, 2015

3D Box Card

A warm hello to all you Cheery Lynn  fans.   I was at a crop last weekend and did a "make and take" to learn how to make this 3D box style card.  So I am excited to share with you today my version of a 3D box card that I created using CLD dies. 

 This box styled card is 1 1/2 inches wide and has two pieces of cardstock spaced out inside the box to attach designs too. I used the largest of the Pierced Stacker #4 to cut out the front as well as cutting the same design in the two inside cardstock pieces so they matched up.

It is hard to tell in the photo but in the box I mounted the Grass Border 2 and Deer in the Forest  at the front of the first layer. The Ornament Christmas Tree  is mounted to the front of the second layer and the Dancing Snow Flurries to the back of the second layer.  Thus making the deer close and the tree and snowflakes farther back. All designs were cut from the glittery "Pow" paper. The balls on the tree were colored with copics. The pow paper worked good for the deer as I was able to leave the inside cut outs in place  rather that pop them out . I wanted all the designs to be sparkley. The three snowflakes on the top left corner are from cut from the Snowflakes die. Bling was added.
This is the top corner of the box and the Paris Signs 2 made a nice design for this top corner.
This box card also folds down flat for putting into a envelope.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today. Please leave a comment before you go if you have the time.
Have a crafty week and I will be back next Friday with another design. .
Dies Used
Pierced Stacker #4 (Set of 6) - XL-22
Deer in the Forest - B484
Ornament Christmas Tree - DL248
Grass Border 2 - B593
Snowflakes - C146
Paris Signs 2 - B548
Dancing Snow Flurries - B486


Juliz Design Post said...

Love your box card Debbie, so beautifully festive.
Julie x

Dr Sonia S V said...

What an amazing 3 D the sheer elegance of your project
Dr Sonia