I love how she mixed and match the stencils in the set to create these gorgeous overlays!
She cut the panel down into a square and adhered it to a pink card base. Next, she stamped and die-cut a sentiment from the Inseparable stamp set and adhered it to the center of the mandala.
She also added a few colorful jewel embellishments to finish off the card.
We love seeing your creations and would love for you to join us in this month’s challenge! All you have to do to enter is create a summer color palette inspired project that features at least one Penguin Palace product as the focal point. Full challenge rules can be found here.
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Thank you so much Candice for your amazing inspiration!
Hi! I hope all of you are having a great week! Today I am sharing one of the biggest shadow scene I’ve ever made! This card is themed around a busy street with lots of fun elements!
I used the Cinematic Shadow Box stand alone die cut to create the backbone of my card. You can have up to 4 tabs in this shadow box which gives great dimension and lots of room to fit ample stamped images!
I just love making these mini scenes on this shadow box! Acetate played a big part in the assembly of this card.
I used acetate for a couple of the tabs in the box so that the road background could show through. I added acetate to mimic the Ice Cream Truck’s windows. I also used it for placing the music notes that are coming from the ice-cream truck!
To keep everything in perspective, I laid out the images so that larger characters go near the front and smaller ones go at the back.
I stamped out a sentiment from The Sweetest Truck on the front tab of the box which I had trimmed down to show more of the sidewalk at the bottom.
I hope you enjoyed this inspiration and thank you so much for stopping by!