[PAPER & DIGITAL CRAFTING GOAL: to create, to aspire, to design, to inspire and hopefully continue to reach new heights in this crafting hobby]
[NEEDLE CRAFTING GOAL: to create, to aspire, to design for gifts and give-aways of friends and loved ones]
[BAKING GOAL: to aspire, to indulge, bake and hopefully . . . learn to bake fondant & go full blast on this baking endeavour]

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

My 2nd Shadow Box with Simple Joys

Hi, everyone!

It's been a few weeks since I completed my 2nd Shadow Box from Simple Joys.
This is the 2nd time also that I forgot to take before photos and just remembered only upon finishing the whole project.

Here's what my 2nd Shadow Project looks like:

SUPPLIES CREDITS:  Simple Joys; October Afternoon; Webster Pages; All About Scrapbooking; Paper House Productions; Paper Secrets; RC Jade; Pop-A-Craft.


It's a 12x12 sized Shadow Box in white with a little stripping of white paint at one point on the right side.  The item has 3 parts that all slides together with glass front panel.  I went on to complete this item with a bit of Shabby Chic in mind.  It was the first thought I had when I decided on a white painted box.

My materials are still some of the supplies that were left from my main project which is my Book of Life 12x12 Birthday LOs.  My supplies did extend to accommodate one more project which is this Shadow Box.  (i believe i could do more with the scraps and extras of bits and pieces left with me.)  And I saw it a wonderful way to capture an Anniversary photo of me of Creo by Lady Katutz.  It's me as a Hobbyist who is extremely happy yet a little melancholic about the year-long work of a "many firsts" for me and my Creo by Lady Katutz.

Thank you so much to everyone who did paved the way, albeit too much to incur, and yet still lots to work on to see each project's completion.

Lord, thanks for allowing me just one celebration to do all.  As, having it a yearly thing for CBLK would be too much for me to work on. . . . but maybe I can do minimal to a little work for each year about it.

Thanks so much!!





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