Memory Box – Boddington Hillside

Memory Box – Boddington Hillside

I have had this die for a while, and I was really saving it for this sort of card, the kind of card that would let me play with watercolors and do whatever I wanted, then slap this die cut out of white paper on top for a very easy card, and so it was. You're going to want this die! (sorry 'bout that) Lookie:


GOJUS! (YILM!) I loosely painted the background to mirror the die, though I wasn't looking at it at the time, so it's not exact but it's pretty close.


I used a Hero Arts set for the greeting, stamping in Versamark and embossing with Hero Arts White EP.


I had to use a shim with this die to get it to cut all the little areas since my Big Shot is 8 years old and has loosened up over time.


I used a combination of Brusho crystals and Peerless Watercolors to create the background.


I used my Tombow Stamp Runner to put adhesive on the sides, but used my 2-Way Glue Pen to coat the back of the interior of the die cut to adhere it to the watercolor paper. So GOJUS!


I love this die and can see many beautiful cards emanating from it!

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Enjoy! Ta!

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1 thought on “Memory Box – Boddington Hillside”

  • What a terrific card, Jan. I can see it for Christmas with a little
    cross on the building making it a church. Ornaments on some
    of the trees. Snowflakes in the air and on the ground.
    You are such a great artist. I love seeing what you do…wish I could watch you create in person. How do you ever come up with all those wonderful designs?

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