Lawn Fawn Really High Five Birthday Box Pop Up Card (Lawnfawnatics Challenge Entry #73)

Hi Everybody,

I’m back with another entry for Lawnfawnatics current card making challenge.
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Unlike previous challenges, this one is going on for 3 weeks so there is plenty of time to make a project. I bought two stamp sets from Lawn Fawn’s most recent release so I was keen to use one of those. I would ideally like to use both of them for this challenge so you guys might see another pop up card later this week if I have time to create it. First up, I decided to use Lawn Fawn’s Really High Five stamp set. This is what I came up with:

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If you’re unfamiliar with box cards, you can check out my box card base tutorial below:

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Front of Card

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Back of Card

This card has 3 slats in the box to start and used patterned paper from Recollections Rainbow Everything Paper Pad, as well as, cloud patterns created with MFT’s Mini Cloud Edge Stencil and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink.

I stamped images from the Really High Five stamp set with Lawn fawn Jet Black Ink and fussy cut the images using my Cutterbee Scissors. I used the following Copic Markers.

Mouse: C3, C1, W2, W0, Y06, R22, R20
Bear: E33, E31, W0, W02, R20, R22
Fox: E08, E07, E53, E50, R22
Balloons: R29, R27, R35, YR07, YR04, YR02, Y08, Y06, Y11, YG09, YG06, YG03, V06, V04, V01
Party Hats: B02, B00, YG06, YG03, V04, V01, YR04, YR02, Y06, Y08

I die cut clouds from Lawn Fawn’s Spring Showers Lawn Cuts out of some white glitter paper and adhered them and my stamped images into my box card. some of the images are adhered directly onto the slats while some are adhered onto strips of acetate.

I used Lawn Fawn’s Glitter Pen on all the balloons to add a bit more shimmer to the card. If you’re looking on the market for a glitter pen, I DO definitely recommend this one. Unlike the Spectrum Noir Clear Overlay Brush Pen or the Clear Wink of Stella, once it dries on your project, the glitter doesn’t rub off with your finger. I really do like just having to apply it once and after a bit of handling, know that the glitter is still present.

I finished up the card by heat embossing the sentiment, “flyin’ by to say happy birthday”, with Brutus Monroe Alabaster White Embossing Powder. I also glued another balloon to the back of the card where the writing space is.

You can check it out in action here:

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Here's another entry for the current #lawnfawnaticschallenge . I'm also a day late but this was also my day 30 for #thedailymarker30day challenge. I finally got my hands on some of @lawnfawn 's new release so I've been itching to use some of them. The photos don't do this card justice as it is more shimmery in person. The decorative cardstock is rainbow metallic, the clouds are cut out of a white glitter cardstock, and I filled in the balloons with Lawn Fawn's Glitter Pen! You can check out the still photos in the previous post. . . . #lawnfawn #lawnfawnstamps #lawnfawndies #simonsaysstamp #ssswchallenge #sssigchallenge #lawnfawnatics #reallyhighfive #popupboxcard #boxpopupcard #popupcards #3dcard #3dcards #popupbox #boxcard #cardinabox #interactivecard #interactivecards #sssunitedwecraft #homemadecards #30daycoloringchallenge #cardmakingisfun #cardmakingideas #stencilling #cardmakersofinstagram #yegart #diycards #lfshareasmile

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So that finishes up my card. If you want to check out this challenge for yourself, you can find it here.

This card was also entered into the 30 Day colouring challenge (except I’m a day late >_<)
here and Simon Says Stamps Wednesday Challenge here.

Thanks for stopping by!

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