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I began working on this home decor piece yesterday. Shadow boxes are such a fun way to showcase artwork that you would rather not hide in an album. They also make great gifts, which is the true intention of my next project. My Mother-In-Law's birthday is coming up on Sunday.
Paper: Ariana, Balloon Ride, Jubilee, Paper Fundamentals, Balloon Ride PML, White Daisy CS, Crystal Blue CS (CTMH)
Stamps: Delicate Wings (Petite Perks), My Sunshine (retired), Lifting Spirits (CTMH)
Inks: Buttercup, Creme Brulee, Sorbet, Crystal Blue, Desert Sand (CTMH)
Tools: Paper-Piercer, Micro-Tip Scissors, Corner Rounder (CTMH), Cloud Die (MFT)
Other: White Daisy Embroidery Floss, Antique Copper Brads, Chocolate Bitty Brads (all retired) (CTMH)
I used a lot of new product for this layout. The base of the layout is from our new Paper Fundamentals pack. Similar to the Dream Pop campaign from last Spring, it has print on one side, and a beautiful embossed texture on the other side. The green paper is from the new Ariana pack. That lacy yellow strip at the bottom of the photos is from the new Jubilee pack. The other papers are from Balloon Ride, which you saw snippets of in my last post. The truly exciting part of this layout is the pretty new Balloon Ride Picture My Life assortment, as you can see from the title, as well as that yellow paper in between the sorbet and crystal blue pieces, plus the photo mats.
This is the very first shadow box frame I've made. I hope Jeannie will like it. Have a great day!