Saturday, April 16, 2011

Nature Walk Shadow Box

First I would like to say thank you to UStamp with Dawn and Friends!! Oh My Word!! Edition 2011.  This site has some very talented ladies on it and I have CASEd this from one of them, Nancy Horn, thanks so much Nancy!  This is our class project for Monday night.  I can't wait to see what my talented ladies do with this shadow box.

Front Cover Shadow Box
Shadow Box
Spine of Shadow Box
Inside of Shadow Box
Back cover of Shadow Box
Well, after promising this for a month, I finally had to get sick to finish it, sad I know.  And here is the Recipe:
Stamp:
  Nature Walk
Paper:
  Botanical Gazette and First Edition DSP, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla and Naturals Ivory Card Stock
Ink:
Cherry Cobbler, Soft Suede and Early Espresso Classic Inks
Stampin' Write Markers:  Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, Sahara Sand, Chocolate Chip, Perfect Plum, Elegant Eggplant and Bashful Blue
Accessories:
papier-mache book, Vanilla Pearl 1/2" Simply Adorned Baubles, Purchased nest

10 comments:

Christy - www.hokiecoyote.com said...

Saw this posted posted on SC. Absolutely love it!!! I'm following you now.

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Way to go Debbie. This is gorgeous. Wish I lived close enough to come to class!

tahirih_64 said...

Wow, Momma!! Fantastic job! It's just beautiful!

myfairlady2511 said...

This is beautiful. So many details--love that little nest. Great job!

Its Ace said...

Beautiful job. Well done!

Sandi said...

Gorgeous Debbie! I have never done a shadow box, but it is going on my list after seeing yours. You used the perfect SU product to decorate (you know I love that vintage/shabby chic look).

Betty said...

I love your version of this! Did you take pictures of the finished class projects? All together that must have looked lovely.

Dale Morin said...

Just beautiful! You did a super job on this one.

María said...

This project it is awesome. Great Work. TFS :)

Anne Marie said...

Such a gorgeous project! All of the details are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing the link to the project, too. :)