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Friday, 5 June 2015

#10 Shadow Box

Welcome to our June Challenge.

Our theme for this month is to create a Shadow Box
 
Our host is Shilpa, and she will be choosing our Winner and Top 5.
 
We are thrilled to be sponsored by 
 
With a prize of £12.00 to spend at your favourite Woodware Stockist, either in store or on line.
 
Woodware are a Yorkshire based family owned business, as well as distributing Dreamweaver Stencils and Stampendous Stamps we have a wonderful range of stamps designed for us by Francoise Read and Jane Gill. We also scour the world for new and innovative products for the crafty card maker, and have a great range of punches and tools of the trade, to find stockists in your area or to see the range visit the website www.woodware.co.uk.

Our design team are playing along with the challenge so check out our blog, which is there for inspiration at www.woodware.co.uk/blog.
 
Now over to the team for inspiration 

Shilpa 
 
I've created my own shadow box with thick chipboard. For this creation I've used lots of Tim Holtz and Ranger products.Come over to my blog Neon diary to get more details about this project.

Elaine aka Ellapu
 
Finally got the chance to use some of my papers and do something I have never done before - decoupage

Jan
I love creating Shadow Boxes, this one has my favourite theme too! Texture, metal and die cuts with some stamping work so well with Steampunk.

 Kerstin
A funny nick name from me is Miss Shadowbox ;-),
I also love this Boxes, because the great 3D effect shows little stories better.
More details to my mysterious shadow wall you can see on my blog.

Lin
My shadow box was made with a 6 inch premade frame and turned into an underwater theme with various paints, pastes etc. See my blog for details

  Lula
My shadow box is made of fish can (doesn't stink at all - I swear) and shows a happy crafter's place. Pop over to my blog for more details.

Susanne
I created a match-shadow-box with an underwater theme. Jump over to my blog for more details.

Claudia
I used the backside of a mini canvas for my shadow box and filled it with gathered treasures from one of my most favourite (and enchanted) holiday places.

Angela
I created this shadow box using a packaging box and combined various techniques with Graphics 45 papers. You can see how I made it by going to my blog.

Jolanda
I created this shadow box using the backside of a canvas. I made the background with stencils, structure paste, distress. More details you can see on my blog!

Carole
My shadow box was inspired by my love of sewing - and by items in my sewing box that came from my late Nan and from my Mum - who I still look to for sewing advice!!

From my talented team, over to you all, we look forward to seeing all your fabulous shadow boxes. Please feel free to enter the configurations type of boxes or those ones that look like houses, just because we all used square or rectangular style ones, doesn't mean you have to as well!

 

6 comments:

  1. Oh What a FUN challenge theme Shilpa has given us this month and look at all of the Gorgeous DT inspiration!! Astounding range of creativity and oodles of talent!! XOXO-Shari

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  2. Awesome inspiration from a very talented DT.
    Julie x

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  3. These are all wonderful, and it was so fun to play with you ladies as one of the Woodware Team this week!

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  4. Thank you for the DT projects !

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  5. ATTENTION DESIGN TEAM MEMBERS.
    You are invited to join the World Wide Open Design Team Monthly Challenges.
    Here is the Link:
    http://worldwideopendesignteamchallenge.blogspot.com.au/

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  6. Yikes, I just missed the link up. Oh well, here's the link to my project if you want to stop by. Blessings!
    http://arnoldolromero.blogspot.com/2015/07/c-is-for-climatic.html

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