Sunday, September 06, 2015

Fall Festival 2015 Day #1: Fall Shadowbox Craft


You can almost feel that fall is right around the corner. The temperature has dipped just a little bit. I'm seeing school clothes and fall sweaters in my favorite online stores. And frankly, I just love fall so I'm more than willing to wish it here. Let's celebrate our "Fall Festival" Day #1 event with a fun "Fall Shadowbox" craft that you can easily recreate. Here's a look at the craft I created for you today:


Fall Shadowbox Craft Tutorial


Want to recreate this project? Here are some steps to recreating this project.

Step 1: Gather a shadowbox and the embellishments and papers from "The Story of Fall" collection from Echo Park Paper.


Step 2: Cut some of the journaling cards to fit in the top boxes of the shadowbox. Add stickers, banners, and a journaling card tag tied with twine.


Step 3: Die cut a pinked circle from the solid red paper. Layer two patterned paper banners on top of one another and then add tan crochet twine wrapped around the banners.


Step 4: Layer the orange leaf sticker and the "fall" mason jar sticker on top of the pinked circle and white doily.


Step 5: Layer a photo onto the brown patterned paper. Add chipboard stickers to the photo. Thread twine through the chipboard button sticker and add to the phrase sticker. Mount the larger photo in the bottom box of the shadowbox.

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7 comments:

  1. Love this!!! I just rec'd a box of fall goodies in the mail and I happen to have a 'few' shadow boxes in my stash! Thanks!

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    1. How perfect is that! I'd love to see it when you're done. :)

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  2. This looks like fun and looks easy to adapt to what I have in my stash. Thanks for the inspiration! I really enjoy you blog and videos.
    Anne-Liesse

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  3. This turned out so pretty! I think I just fell in love with this collection a little bit more. ;)

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  4. What a great shadowbox! I love stuff like this but have such limited wall space so hanging things like this is not really possible for me.

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  5. Ta da! I actually got a project done! Thank you for the motivation.
    http://andishappyplace.blogspot.com/2015/09/fall-photo-tray-project.html

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  6. I need to break out my Fall/Halloween stash and start playing! This is going to be fun!

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