Thanks God is Friday! today I’m giving you an idea to turn framelits dies into edgelits with a simple and quick Partial Die Cutting Technique and make a Shadow Box Card in minutes and hassle free.
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Partial Die Cutting
This is another way to use your framelits dies and give live to a minimalistic project with dimension a fun folding and a striking background. You can do it!
Shadow Box Card
After making the card above, I decided to try to go a little bit further and I made a shadow box card which is very trendy nowadays.
The card folded flat measures 5″x 6 -7/8″ inches ( 17.5 x 12.9 cm). 3D measures : Height: 5″, Width: 5-1/4″, Deep 1-1/2″ (12.7 x 13.4 x 4 cm)
you can add a LED battery operated tea light
Boom!! isn’t it cool?
Shadow Box Card pieces
You will need in total 2 x A4 sheets of whisper white cardstock.
Cut 2 identical pieces ( main panels)
Height: 5″ inches ( 12.7cm)
Width: full width of the A4 sheet of whisper white cardstock (8-1/4″ | 21cm)
Score a line : 1-1/2″ from sides.
Cut a frame at 5/8″ ( 1.5cm) from the top and the bottom edge and side scoring lines.
Cut 1 piece to be coloured , stamped and heat embossed to be used as background
5″x5-1/4″ inches (12.7 x 13.4cm)
Cut 3 pieces for partial die cutting:
width 6″ inches (15cm)
height minimum 3- 1/2″ inches ( 9cm)
1 piece to die cut the moon : I used the 2 -3/8″ inches (6 cm) circle stitched die.
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