Showing posts with label Wedding Shadow Box. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wedding Shadow Box. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Love Shadow Box


Hi guys!
 I have a Fall project to share with you today! I know it's not even Spring here yet (although it feels like it), but somewhere on around the world it is Autumn... my favorite time of year! 

Today I want to share with you my latest shadow box creation. I was commissioned to make this for a friend and fan of mine. She loved the original Autumn Love Shadow box I made and wanted me to make her something similar. I really love how it turned out! Enjoy it Tomina!!! :)


For those interested in the files I used, here are the SVG Cuts kits required to make this:

Fall Harvest SVG Kit

For all the how too's, click HERE!


Hope you "love" this Shadow Box as much as I do! I think this would make the perfect gift for a birthday, wedding, or anniversary! Next time you are looking for inspiration for a unique gift idea, I hope you remember this beautiful love shadow box.

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Crafting  :)


Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Victor + Jessica's Wedding Shadow Box and Card

So excited to share with you all latest Shadow Box! I think they just keep getting more and more beautiful! 

This Shadow Box was made as a gift for my cousin Victor and his bride Jessica who just got married this past weekend! I absolutely love how it turned out and I'm pretty sure they loved it too! Congratulations again Victor and welcome to our family Jessica!!! Had so much fun with you both and the rest of our crazy awesome family!


It's hard to see that I etched the glass in the above picture, so below is a closer look at the etched glass. Click here for previous glass etching tutorial and project.

The rose file I used to create the heart of roses comes from here. They were just cut at different sizes and glues onto a heart template.


And here is the card I made them! SO adorable, right!?
The stamp comes from the Simply Said Stamp Pack by Craftin Desert Diva's.


The files I used to create the card comes from here.
(Please note that the original files have been altered to make the card using the Silhouette DSE program.)


... and here is the lovely couple's first kiss as husband and wife!


Hope you loved this project as much I loved making it!
Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Crafting  :)