Hello readers and happy Friday! I hope you have fun things planned for the weekend ahead. Tonight I am hosting a Potluck Stamp BINGO at my house and I will be giving away over $400 in craft related prizes! This nearly annual event is my simple way of being able to give back to the community for those who have supported me by attending my classes. It's always a fun night. My favorite memory about hosting this event is the year someone ate a BINGO ball! She mistakenly thought it was a gumball! People kept asking why O61 was never called and this poor woman had to admit, upon realizing her error, that she had bitten into the ball mistakenly and put it off to the side of her dessert tray. The BINGO ball was disinfected in and the game played on! Good times.
Today I have another fun pop-up box card to share with you featuring the Frosty Wishes stamp set from Whimsy Stamps.
*A full supply list (with shopping links) is located at the end of this post.
The base of this box card was made from Stone Gray cardstock. I used the Lawn Fawn Scalloped Box Card Pop Up die to create the box card. Whenever I make an interactive card, I always assemble it using thin line tear tape. This tape is much stronger that Tombow adhesive. The box base flaps were lined with Passionate Pink cardstock and then paper from the Whimsy Stamps Cozy Winter paper pack. The top layer flaps were lined with Neenah White Solar Smooth cardstock and then lined with more paper from the Cozy Winter paper pack. I lined the back flap with white cardstock. I stamped the sentiment from the Whimsy Stamps Frosty Wishes set in Passionate Pink. I also stamped a few snowflakes in Passionate Pink on the back flap. I stamped all of the images from the Frosty Wishes stamp set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Neenah Solar White Smooth cardstock.
I stamped all of the images from the Frosty Wishes stamp set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Neenah Solar White Smooth cardstock. I colored in all the images with Copic markers and then cut them using my Scan & Cut 2 electronic cutting machine. I add some highlights to the colored images with a Uniball white gel pel. I adhered the colored images to the card with foam adhesive in a scene that was appealing to my eye.
Thank you for visiting and I hope you have a wonderfully creative weekend!
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