Welcome home! It’s Beata June here, and today I’m sharing how I made this boxcard featuring the Altenew Home Sweet Home stamp set and coordinating die. This stamp and die set is perfect for making a housewarming card or to welcome someone home.
Step 2: I colored the stamped images with copic markers:
Step 3: Then I cut out the colored images with the Altenew Home Sweet Home Die Set.
Step 4: I added white highlights to my colored die cut images using a white gel pen.
Step 5: Next, I cut out the 2 low panels from the My Favorite Things Outside the Box Low Profile Add-On Die-namics, and glued them together with a Lawn Fawn glue tube to make the base of my boxcard. Then I colored the front and sides of the base with a G00 copic marker and glued one of the walkways to the front base using a Lawn Fawn gluetube.
Step 6: I cut out the large back panel and two inserts from the My Favorite Things Outside The Box Die-namics. I colored one of the inserts with a G00 copic marker, stamped grass along the bottom of it from the Altenew Home Sweet Home Die set, and colored the grass with a G02 copic marker. I used a Lawn Fawn glue tube to glue the house and two potted plants onto the insert.
Step 7: I glued the insert with the house and potted plants to the inside of my boxcard.
Step 8: I cut out two panels of grass using the Lawn Fawn Grassy Hillside Pop-Up Add-On Lawn Cuts die. Then I blended Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn and Cracked Pistachio distress oxide inks onto the grass die cut pieces using Picket Fence Life Changing blender brushes (set one of the grass panels aside). Then I glued the grass panel onto one of the boxcard inserts with a Lawn Fawn glue tube, glued one of the colored potted plants on top of the grass, and glued the insert inside the boxcard.
Step 9: Next, I stamped the “welcome home!” sentiment from the Altenew Home Sweet Home stamp set with a Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink pad to the front base. Then I glued a colored potted plant above the sentiment.
Step 10: Then I glued a colored stone walkway to each of the side panels of my boxcard using a Lawn Fawn glue tube, and cut off the excess edges of the walkways.
Step 11: I blended the large rectangle back panel of the boxcard I cut out from the My Favorite Things Outside The Box Die-namics with Squeezed Lemonade, Fossilized Amber, Mustard Seed, Wild Honey, and Spiced Marmalade distress oxide ink using Picket Fence Studios Life Changing blender brushes.
Step 12: I glued the blended grass panel I had set aside to the bottom of the rectangle back panel using a Lawn Fawn glue tube, and then splattered it with paint. Then I glued the back panel onto the back of my boxcard.
Here’s a closer look at my finished welcome home boxcard!