Oh my gosh! It has been forever since I posted on my blog....ok I know I am a slacker! lol Well since I last posted I moved..which is always a pain! So besides crafting I have had to totally uproot my life and move it to another house, but I promise I will show you what projects I have done over the last month and a half...WoW! I can't believe it's been that long!
Anyways, I wanted to share with you guys today a shadow box that I came up with using a lid from a wooden box that I used for a candy drawer awhile ago. I saved the lid knowing I wanted to do something like this someday and the Prima Epiphany collection was the perfect papers just for this.
I love how it turned out!
Did I mention that this is a Design Team Project for Nani ke Ola? You need to go check out all the new goodies she has in her store....the Prima Epiphany Collection is one of them. GORGEOUS!!! I am seriously hoarding all of this paper I can get my hands on...lol!!
I got the idea for the layout type thing on the inside of the shadow box from the Prima BAP October Challenge. When I say the sketch for this month I knew it would be just perfect for this project. Let me show you the sketch....
You can just click on the sketch and it will take you over to the challenge information.
I have never entered a challenge for Prima so wish me luck!
So I hope you can see a slight resemblance between the sketch and my shadow box. I actually had fun making this and using the new Epiphany Papers....have I mentioned they are Gorgeous?
Here are a few close-ups....
I used a Prima Butterfly stencil you can get over at the Nani ke Ola store with some homemade modeling paste. I then used some Lindy's Tilt-a-Wheel Teal, and Wake Me Up Before You Go Gold, and I also used some of the new Prima Color Bloom Spray in Pastel Sunshine. The script stamp is from the Epiphany Collection and you can get that at the store as well. I used some Epiphany Ephemera pieces and Wooden Icons to dress it up. Along with a couple of flowers and lace from my stash. I love how it turned out and I hope you do too!
Here is the view of the papers I used on the side and the back as well...
For all the information on the details please watch my video that is over on my YouTube channel and also posted below....
Here is the links to Nani ke Ola's store as well as the blog with a list of all the products I used:
Thanks for stopping by!! I love reading comments and answering questions :)