Feel the Merry in a Box

Happy Friday! I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with lots of love and good eats. This is Julissa of Paper Gems by Jules and today I'm sharing Pooh in a box! Yep, this is a dimensional card that creates a lovely holiday scene with the Winnie the Pooh: Feel the Merry stamp set and the Itty Bitty: Struggle is Part of It. I put up my Christmas tree yesterday with my family and thought of this sweet stamp set.



Now, you can add dimension with this stamp set without this box set by doing the following:

Step 1. Stamp the image and only color Christopher Robin, Pooh and all below.

Step 2. Fussy cut them out.



Step 3. Stamp the image again and color the tree and color in the edges of the rest of the image using one of the colors used for that spot. {For example: Use one of the bright greens to color Christopher's jacket, blue for his jeans, brown for his boots... etc.} This will be covered, but it looks better when you look at the card at an angle.



Step 4. Fussy Cut the whole image out.

Step 5. Using foam adhesive squares or strips, adhere the larger fussy cut one to the background.

Step 6. Using more foam adhesive, layer the fussy cut Christopher and Pooh over the first layer. Line them up as best you can and this will add so much dimension to this image.



For this box card, I did use a die set to help create this scene, but the concept was the same. To add another layer, I stamped and fussy cut the books from the Struggle is Part of It Itty Bitty stamp set. I liked the idea of these two reading by the Christmas tree.



Here's an over the top angle to show you had the layers stick out and can fold down when closing the card to place in an A2-sized envelope. For a finishing touch, I used a sticker from the Idea-Ology Spiral Bound Sticker Book and stamped the sentiment on it.



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Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you were inspired. Make sure to post all of your Unity creations on the Facebook Unity {Show & Tell} page so you too can inspire others.


Enjoy the holiday weekend and until next time... Happy Crafting!

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