Do you like digital stamps? I love them! It is so fun to combine them to make awesome cards. Today I want to share a shadow box card made with four Sparkle N Sprinkle digital stamp sets and one digital paper pack.
Stamps: Vintage Country Home Digi911, Fashionista Digi876, Puppy Girl Digi793, I Love Old Trucks Digi890, Digital Papers Watercolor Papers Blue Digi4002;
Glitters: Meadow Spark [G1014];
Embossing Powders: Clear [EP120];
Inks: Distress Ink (Peeled Paint, Broken China, Tea Dye), Versamark [VM001];
Adhesives: Sakura Glue Pen [Quicky];
Embellishments: Dark Walnut Nuvo Crystal Drops [684N];
I love that Sparkle N Sprinkle digital stamp set also includes pre-colored images. They are always so beautifully colored and saves you time. This card started from the new Vintage Country Home Digital Stamp Set. It is so beautiful image and soon as I saw it, I wanted to make a shadow box card with it. So I started to play with house image on my computer and looked for older digis to go with it. I digitally cut the tree out of the image, made several copies of it, flipped and resized some of them. those were used later on other layers. On the first layer is only the house. On the second layer is a truck from I Love Old Trucks set (I cut the tree shorter to look like a bush and adhered it to the second layer after I printed and fussy cut the images with scissors).
The third layer (the frame) is digitally designed in the computer from two Digital Papers from Watercolor Papers Blue set. I used blue for the sky and green for the grass. I placed previously 'cut' trees on top of them and also added girls from Fashionista and Puppy Girl Digital Stamp Sets. After printing the scene, I fussy cut the window to it.I took the Sakura Glue Pen and added tiny dots of glue all over the tree leaves and covered it with Meadow Spark Glitter. (I apologize for the lack of photos, my camera died and I wasn't able to take better close-up photos with my phone).
The sentiment is also from the same Vintage Country Home Digi Set. I printed it out and cut it with scissors. I covered entire sentiment with Versamark ink and Clear Embossing Powder. After using the heat tool to melt the powder, I repeated it once more. This gave a nice shine to the label. I added a dots of Dark Walnut Nuvo Crystal Drops to each corner and let it dry a bit. Then I took the craft knife and pressed the back of the blade gently to the dots. It's hard to see on the photo but there are grooves inside of each dot, similar to nail head.