Holiday Card Series 2018 - Lawn Fawn Collab w/ Mona Toth - Floating Floor Pop-Up Card

mardi 4 décembre 2018

Hello there,

Today I'm very excited to share with you this floating floor pop-up card I made as a guest
for Mona Toth Lawn Fawn Holiday Card Series!

This collab is a six day long card series (Dec 1-7) during which Lawn Fawn passionate crafty friends are sharing projects. I am very honored that Mona asked me to be part of this collab, thanks again my friend!

Don't forget to go and comment on her blog for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to!

I first started by stamping all my image on Neenah solar white cardstock using Memento tuxedo black ink (it's an alcohol marker friendly ink) and my Misti tool so I can stamp everything twice to get a good impression.

Next I colored the images using my Spectrum Noir markers, and fussy cut everything. Usually I like to use the coordinating dies to have a white border around the images but this time it wouldn't fit with the design, in my opinion.

Now to the card base. I attached a 5,5 x 4,25" rectangle of light brown pattern paper on one side of a kraft standard card base. Next I attached one side of the floating floor panel, placed my images and traced tiny marks using a pencil to know where they were. From one pencil mark to another, I cut the "floor" to create thin cracks.

I cut several acetate strips that I placed into the thin cracks, and closed the card to attached the floating floor and the acetate strips. It's pretty difficult to explain, so the best is to watch the video below ^^

Next I attached my images. Some, like the fireplace, were glued directly on the background paper, and the others were glued on the acetate strips using glue dots. To finish the card, I simply added clear shimmer to the big red bow and on the presents, and clear Nuvo drops on the ornaments.

Below or here

- Holiday Helpers stamp set
- Toboggan together stamp set
- Cheery Christmas stamp set
- Christmas dreams stamp set

- Spectrum Noir alcohol markers
- Pattern papers from my stash
- Versamark ink
- Antique gold embossing powder by Simon Says Stamp
- Memento tuxedo black ink
- Clear Nuvo drops
- Acetate from my stash

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