Hello! Raechelle here sharing a pretty shadow box home decor project with you today.
I purchased some Lori Whitlock shadow box cut files awhile back and decided that I would give them a try, and I am already looking forward to creating more cute projects such as this!
I used three different shadowbox files to create this particular project. The different sized boxes make it fun to add elements and my biggest struggle was figuring out which way I wanted to orient it. 🙂
To cut the pieces, I used Natural Twine Kraft Card Stock from the CutCardStock store.
Once the shadowbox frame pieces were assembled, I found it easiest to build the bottom base by tracing the open areas on the back piece and adding patterned paper slightly overlapping the outlines. I added a few die cuts and stickers as well. Everything that would be “flat”.
Once I was satisfied with it, I then adhered the shadow box to the base piece.
I completed the box with some additional elements. The butterflies in the boxes were mounted using foam to add dimension.
I love how this turned out and am looking forward to creating more! The possibilities are endless!
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