Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Warm Wishes Shadow Box...

Today I have a fun project for you! While my sister, Robin was here, she organized my craft room and found a canvas I had tucked away to use for "something". I had told her a few months back that I had wanted to make a snow scene shadow box using some of the new winter dies released by Spellbinders

When she found the canvas, she declared that I had to make the scene before she went home. I finally finished it before she flew back to Minnesota, and she loved it and I hope you do as well! All supplies are listed below and I have a few close-up photos to enable you to see the detail in this creation.

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Project Recipe:
Paper: Authentique Something for all Seasons Collection, Bazzill Basics Paper® White, Green, Gray, Brown and Black Cardstock, Doodlebug White Glitter Paper
Paint: DecoArt Americana Gloss Enamels Paint: Deep Midnight Blue, Baby Blue, Calypso Blue, White, Purple Cow, Milk Chocolate, Avocado, Festive Green, Black; SnowTex
Embellishments: 9x12 inch Canvas, Stampendous Crystal Glitter, Sakura Quickie Glue Pen, 3D Foam Squares, Beacon Adhesives 3-in-1 Advanced Glue, Crystal Rhinestones

The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store carries a versatile collection of supplies for your papercrafting needs from Spellbinders dies, JustRite Papercraft stamps and other stamps, ribbons of all textures, styles and thicknesses, beautiful papers from a multitude of companies and lots of fabulous embellishments.


  1. Okay, THIS IS AMAZING. Now you're just showing off (LOL).

  2. Great Job! Beautiful! Love it!

  3. Fabulous detail, beautiful work!

  4. Adorable, love the 3 deminsion. The only die I don't have is the icecicles which is one of the delites which is the cheaper one LOL. What an adorable decoration for a wall, etc. TFS.

  5. This is fantastic. What a great idea.

  6. Darsie,
    It's a MOST gorgeous winterscape creation, I'd love to be there in it........... And I normally don't like snow.
    Hugs, Rose

  7. I want to climb into that scene!! It is so full of wonder and beauty. TFS.


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