|This is the back of the shadowbox. It's hard to tell from the photo, but you almost have to touch it to tell if it's fabric or not. Love, love, love the effects from the Prima Chalks and the Tim Holtz Paints !!|
The flowers are very easy to make. Just press your Prima ink on the paper,repeat in the opposite direction, making sure the flat ends meet together, and it doesn't have to be perfect. Repeat as needed to make flower as full as you want. It's kind of like cutting a pie really.You can make the lines by simply rolling the edge of the chalk pad wherever you want the added accents.
Another easy as 1 - 2 - 3 project with delicious products from Flamingo Scraps. Be sure to check out all the new and wonderful items that are listed. Can't find what you're looking for? No worries ! Just drop Suzanne a line and she'll do her best to "hook you up". Until next time.......
Keep Calm, and SCRAP ON !!!!
Products Used -Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Configurations Chipboard Shadowbox Book 9X12
Prima Fluid Chalks
Tim Holtz Paints
Pink Paislee Artisan Words
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
I am a sucker for boxes, tins, jars, or pretty much anything that can be turned into a cute container. When I saw the Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Configurations Chipboard Shadowbox Book 9X12″ , I KNEW I had to have it. I had all sorts of visions in my head of what I could do with it. So many in fact that when I did decide on a theme, I did a 180 and did something totally different. I wandered from my salty, sandy, shell filled beach idea to something a bit more personal, pics of me and my hubby of 13 years, Pete.
Posted by Kathleen Natale at 6:00 AM