Happy Tuesday Everyone!!
Today I have a 7 Gypsies solo shadowbox to share with you!
The picture I have based this project around is of my Grandma (AKA nanna & great nanny) and my Grandpa (AKA poppa). It is taken in Banff, Alberta.
These boxes are great little projects to make as they take little time and you can use a wide variety of techniques! They also make great gifts! I hope you enjoy my project!
The above flower is made using the Tim Holtz Tissue Tape.
The biggest technique I used in this project is the cracked class technique. I used it on the background behind the picture and the round quote in the middle square on the right. To do this technique I coated the desired piece of paper in versa mark ink and applied 3 layers of UTEE. I then put the paper in the freezer for a couple of minutes, when you take it out bend the paper and it crack! I then used the graphic 45 Victorian lace ink to highlight the cracks.
KaiserCraft Madame Boutique Collection Paper, 7 Gypsies Solo shadowbox Tray, Tim Holtz Tissue Ribbon, Love my lace Decollections Lace tape, Prima metal and rhinestone embellishments, UTEE, graphic 45 Ink
Thank you for stopping By :)