Create a Shadow Box

Products Used

Designer Dries White Adhesive 159951
Botanical Wings DieHCD1-758
Botanical Rose Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3651
Peacock Paisley Paper CollectionHCDP1-252
Deluxe Flower Shaping KitHCST1-401
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board173842
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 6HCDA1-449
Rajni Chawla’s Frosting PowderPGM15016

Other Products: SA Crafters Postage Frame Box, Memento Navy Ink, Scrapiniec Embellishment, Birdcage Kaisercraft, Liquitex White Gesso, Beaded Flower Center, Westcott Brand Trimmer & Scissors, Craft Knife, Craft File, Stamen
Watch tutorial in the link to see how to shape the botanical rose:
Instructions: Take your peacock paisley paper and cut to size matching the various pieces of the postage stamp shadow box kit pieces. Once done adhere all the pieces using your adhesive to form the postage stamp shadow box. Once complete you can take your craft file and file down and frayed or left over edges to get a smooth finished look. Next you will use your Memento ink in navy with your dauber to sponge some color onto the birdcage and “embrace” sentiment also adding a touch of white gesso for a vintage look.
Now take your botanical rose die in the large and medium size and die cut 4 large and 4 medium and 2 small cuts. Each layered flower will have 2 layers.  Use your flower shaping embossing tool to shape the flowers before gluing the layers together.  Be sure to ink the edges with your memento navy ink as well as adding touches of white gesso to the edges. The large flowers will have beaded centers and the 2 smaller flowers will use one flower stamen for the center.  Arrange your flowers as desired while you add your birdcage and flower.


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