I am really pleased with how this shadow box turned out. So here are some pictures. I kept the color scheme warm and neutral so it can hang on the wall all year round.
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I included a quote about love. To make this quote, I used a free "Love" word art from Scrap Orchard and changed the color of it to yellow. Then, I added the quote in brown text. The font used for the quote is Blackjack available at Font Squirrel. The quote says: "Love knows no limit to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading to its hope; It can outlast anything. Love stands when all else has fallen." ~Corinthians 13:7-8. I used Tim Holtz ink in Tea Dye to give the white cardstock an aged look.
Other materials used:
- Orange paper flowers by Prima Marketing Inc., I layered them and put a yellow skittle in the center.
- Yellow striped paper by We R Memory Keepers
- Cardstock by Baazill
- Lace by Stampin' Up!
- Glimmer Mists in Tattered Leather, Blue Skies, Riptide, and Pearl to color and add shimmer to the flowers
I am entering this project into the Sugar and Spice Challenge at Getting Cricky. I think it has "sugar" - lots of family love, and "spice" - per the candid shots and colors used.
My next project will be a Spring themed project. There are lots of Spring challenges going on and I am hoping to enter a couple!
Thanks for taking the time to look at my project! Have a great day!