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Sunday Scoring Shadow box card

Hi everyone.  So as promised here is the next in my series of fancy fold cards.  I have over 30 different card folds to show you, so just follow my blog to get notified each time a post is published.  The series will be called Sunday Scoring as I will generally post these on a Sunday and in true Stampin Up tradition alliteration is key!

This one used the now retired Happy Scenes, but there is a lovely new set that would work equally as well with the hearth and home framelits called Happy Home (140503)

the card itself is simple, it just takes some careful cutting of an aperture, however you can use a square framelit.

So to start you will need two pieces of card 4-1/8 X 5-1/2 inches. One coloured piece for the front (I used Melon Mambo) and one in Whisper White for the back.  Score both pieces on the long edge at 1/2 inch and 1 inch, turn through 180 degrees and repeat.

Cut an aperture in the front piece of card 2-3/4 X 2-3/4.

Cut a window frame and adhere to the card front. Glue a piece of window sheet 2-3/4 X 3-1/2 to the reverse.

Stamp your chosen scene on the centre of the White cardstock and sponge inks to colour.  Fold and burnish the score lines and Glue the outer tabs together.  Cut the hello twice, one in white and one colour and glue together, slightly offset. Add to the front of your card. I added a stamped panel to the reverse for the sentiment.

TShadow_box_cardhe card folds flat for posting 🙂

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