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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Shadow Box

It's been quite a scrapbooking worldwind lately.  I've been working on many, many fun projects for Creating Keepsakes and CHA.  I think I set a new record for myself.  In a 4 or 5 week period I completed 26 -- yes, 26 -- different projects, which included 16 layouts, 1 altered canvas, 2 necklaces, 1 bracelet, 1 altered teapot, 1 card, 1 ATC, 1 paper doll clothesline, 1 tag, and 1 pair of paper shoes using my shoe template.  This has been quite a feat for a slow "turtle scrapper" like me.  But sleep is overrated, right?  Now I'm looking forward to a taking a little scrapping break. 

Before I start posting some of these newly created projects, here's something I made a little while back for the Prima blog.  It's a "shadow box" layout made with layers of cardstock.  I love to create projects with a rainbow of color.  Bright, vibrant ROYGBIV colors make me very happy! 


I cut squares from a sheet of Prima's Screenprinted Canvas and then I colored them with Ranger alcohol inks. I used several sheets of white cardstock to create the dimensional shadow box effect.  I simply cut out the center of each sheet in graduated steps, then I separated the layers with extra thick foam adhesive.  Yep, this thick puppy is going on the wall rather than in a page protector.


Prima products:
920722 Screenprinted Canvas
890711 Shabby Chic Treasures
552718 Sherwood Rose Cottage flowers
548124 Floret Collection
544393 Arco Iris
552978 Gillian Lilac
536350 Clear Stamp
551407 Say it in Crystals
548193 Dollhouse Collection

Thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

Faygie Fellig said...

great looking wall project!

Romy said...

Wow, this is just amazing! I love how you used the different colours in your wall art!

Consuelo Vermelho said...

This same a beautiful masterpiece.
That's why I'm your fan.
Our that wonder, I am delighted ...
Kisses Consuelo.

Blossom inch said...

absolutely beautiful!

cvanholstein said...

This is really cool! Very fresh and colourful!
Have fun at the CHA and I'll write you back about the Latkes-adventure!
xxx, C