Autumn Hydrangeas in Shadow Box


Welcome my crafty friends,

Today I have another card featuring one of the dies from Susan's Autumn Flora release with Spellbinders. For today's card I have chosen to use the Autumn Hydrangea in a shadowbox card.

Card is 6 X 6 tent fold created from white cardstock

Shadowbox was created from an 11" square of double sided printed paper. I used Susan's video from her live post a couple weeks ago on Susan's Garden Club you can find that here

Adhere shadowbox to card front using clear double sided adhesive

Create 2 Autumn Hydrangeas along with leaves. Susan has done YouTube videos on all the new release and they will be on line very soon and when available will be linked.

Hydrangeas were attached in shadowbox using Kids Choice Glue.

Be sure to check out the other two design team members blogs to see their wonderful creations. Selma Stevenson - selmasstampingcorner.blogspot.com and Karen Liddle cakescardsandcraftybits.blogspot.com

I am posting links below to the new release if you click on any picture it will take you directly to Spellbinders and any purchases you make through that click will earn me a small commission at no additional cost - thank you. At this time it will not allow you to purchase it says notify me but as soon as Spellbinders starts selling them on their site you will be able to purchase this way.

Thanks for stopping by and until next time - Happy Crafting!

You only live once if you live right once is enough!

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Christine

Susan's Autumn Flora New Release

Starting tomorrow September 10th there is going to be an awesome deal on the bundle. Remember if you click on any of the icons it will take you directly to Spellbinders where you can purchase it which will give me a small commission with no added fee to you!






Comments

  1. Thank you so much Beverly I actually used distress oxide inks swiped on white cardstock then die cut the little petals.

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  2. I have done that and they do look more real.

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  3. Beautiful job Christine.

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