Our wonderful Sponsor for the month of March is Sweet Pea Stamps. They have a lot of awesome stamps to choose from, both rubber and digital, from many different artists.
Here is the project that I made for the challenge. I am using Karen Middleton's Easter Daffodil for this shadowbox card. Isn't that image adorable?
This is a cut file called Butterfly Shadowbox (Design #74676) from Silhouette's online store. The second I saw it, I knew I had to use it with this awesome digital stamp we got from Sweet Pea Stamps. This is a four layer shadowbox that folds flat for mailing. There are six panels that need to be cut. I used Bazzill textured card stock for five of the layers, and designer paper from KI Memories for the background layer. It's hard to see, but it has blue and light purple mixed with white to give it a look of the sky. The butterflies come with this cut file and I used designer paper from DCWV to cut these out. The grass border is another cut file (Design #56521) from Silhouette. The sentiment is part of a cut file called Spring Has Sprung (Design #58461). I brought the chick and daffodil image into my Silhouette software and traced it. Then did a print and cut twice (I noticed that when I used two cut files glued together, it's a lot more durable). I colored the image using Copic markers (chick and daffodil - Y02, Y06, Y08; beak and feet -Y35, Y38; ladybug - R27; stems - G03, G07). All that was left to do was assemble it. There is a video link when you buy the image to see how it is assembled. Unfortunately, it was cut off at the end and instead of redoing the video, she left instructions. I added some different colored crystals onto the butterflies and the top layer to mimic the rainbow from the inspiration photo.
I really hope you get a chance to join us in this challenge this week.
I am entering this shadowbox into the following challenges:
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