Sunday, 27 July 2014

Shadow Box Frame

Welcome friends!!!!
Thank you so much to all who commented & my FB page on the previous post KNOWING ME.
A DIY luminary withTim Holtz caged bird die cuts is what I share today. I loved the outcome...................beautiful!


I started by inking the die cuts with distress inks (squeezed lemonade, spiced marmalade, picked raspberry). I then stamped the newsprint over it with black archival ink followed by a medium coat of clear rock candy crackle paint. Vellum was then glued on the inner side of the cages. All the four die cuts were then glued to a chipboard base. Finally embellishments.............and I had this wonder, a luminary!

The chipboard bird colored with distress inks & coated with clear UTEE. Don't miss the HOME resin embellie & the cute charm.


Do you see the LSG shimmer over the pink flowers?


Look at that crackled effect!!!


And here it is with a tea light.............now won't this be a unique home decor item?


Supplies used - 
Dies - Tim Holtz alterations  caged bird, Cheery Lynn designs
Stamps - Impression Obsession CAC newsprint
LSG - Cotton candy pink
Distress crackle paint - clear rock candy
Distress inks - squeezed lemonade, spiced marmalade, picked raspberry, vintage photo & black soot
Vellum - locally purchased
All other embellishments -  stash

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17 comments:

  1. Oh my!This is so pretty.That thimble flowerpot is adorable!Totally copying it.This is perfectly shabby chic and so beautiful.

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  2. Wow!!Loving it Tanvi..so beautiful sentiment and love the mini flower pot and flowers :)

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  3. Wow...super gorgeous....n brilliant transformation tanvi...loved every bit of it....n that sentiment is fantastic...:)

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  4. DELICIOUS! You've done a superb job of altering the box.....& that sentiment from your DD is perfect!!! Really LOVE your project - thanks so much for sharing with us at LESSology:):)

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  5. How cute is that, love the little vase, great work.

    Thank you for joining us at Rhedd's Creative Spirit.

    Moira DT.

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  6. your shadow box is sooo pretty, Tanvi. I love the soft colors and pretty embellishments.
    Thank you for playing along with us at Lulupu 3D challenge

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  7. GORGEOUS !!!!Utterly shabby chic beauty..cute flower !

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  8. Gorgeous transformation Tanvi !! loved the mini flower pot and the spool with the crochet button is so cute!!

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  9. I can't believe the difference,it's just soooo pretty, you are incredible!

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  10. beautiful transformation !! looking pretty

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  11. Such a pretty shadow box Tanvi! Love the beautiful embellies .. esp the flower pot.. it look so adorable!
    Thank you for joining us at Lulupu challenge#35- Go 3D

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  12. Oh wow! this is really really beautiful Tanvi and I love all the details. Thanks so much for joining the fun at Lulupu 3D challenge. Good luck.. :)
    p.s. could you pls make a tutorial on how to make homemade texture paste.. pls..

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  13. Oh wow. This is fabulous! I love the mix of fun elements here.

    Thanks for joining us at LESSology!

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  14. What a pretty upcycled shadow box, Tanvi. You have added such beautiful details and embellishments here especially love the sentiment you have used :) So apt for your project!

    Thank you so much for playing along Lulupu #35 and best of luck :)

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  15. This is just so pretty and such attention to detail.

    Thanks for coming over and joining in with us at Rhedd's Creative Spirit.

    Great Big Huge Hugs

    Becca xx (DT Member)

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