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December 20, 2020

Holiday Card Series Day 15 - Winter Village | Interactive Box Card ft. Lawn Fawn

Hello crafty friends!

Today I am back with Day 15 of my 2020 Holiday Card Series! This time I have an new #ChallengeACraftyFriend card to share with you! The theme for this one was "Christmas Fun Box Card" so this is what I came up with.

If you would like to see how I made this frame just click on the video below or just keep reading!


First, I stamped my images onto Neenah cardstock and colored them using Copic markers. Then, they were cut out using the Brother Scan'n'Cut.


I die cut the main box panel from the Scalloped Box Card die twice out of red cardstock, 4 hill pieces, two background pieces - one out of red and one out of white cardstock and one forest border. I ink blended the white background, the hills and the forest border (see color map for the exact colors). 


I cut off the flaps of the main box pieces and assembled it with the hills. I attached the background piece on the inside and added the red back piece with liquid glue to make the outside look seemless. I die cut the Scripty Merry die twice - one out of red and one out of silver glitter cardstock and layered them. I stamped the word "Christmas" in red onto a stitched decorative panel out of white cardstock and adhered it to the front of the box. 


After that I attached all the images using liquid glue. Finally, to embellish the card I added shimmer pen and Stickles . I really hope you like this one!

Thank you for stopping by and have a great day!

- Julia 


Products used / Produktliste:

Strathmore Bristol Smooth Cardstock
Neenah - Solar White 80lb 
Crafters Companion - Gemini Junior
Brother - Scan'n'Cut CM300
Lawn Fawn - Winter Village
Lawn Fawn - Over the Mountain Borders
Lawn Fawn - Tiny Christmas
Lawn Fawn - Scalloped Box Card
Lawn Fawn - Forest Border
Gina K - Amalgam Ink Black
Distress  Ink - see color map above
Copic Markers - see Color Map above
Nuvo - Shimmer Pen
Stickles - Stardust

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