Christmas Shadow Box –photo

December 24, 2015


Hi, it’s Angela and I wanted to share a holiday shadow box with you. This is the perfect project to showcase a favorite holiday photo. Shadow boxes are fun to decorate using ephemera, die cuts, peel-offs, patterned paper and so much more! Shadow boxes work perfectly with any style whether you are shabby chic, formal or vintage. You can create one to perfectly suit your style. Let me share with you how easy it is to create one for yourself.
*This project was created using a Graphic 45 Window Shadow Box in black.
*Cut 3 white panels 4 x 4 and adhere one in each window.

*Christmas ephemera was distressed with ink, placed in the bottom window and glued down.
*Die cut a silver glittered corner and glue to the bottom right corner of the shadow box.

*Snowflake peel-offs and circles from the peel-off sheet were placed in the center window and around the whole shadow box.
*The number 25 and “Merry Christmas” were placed in the center window.

*A vintage photo was placed in the top window along with a glittered die cut silver corner.
*Die cut the word “Believe” from glittered silver paper and glue to the top of the shadow box.
*Add a red and silver ribbon around the box, tied in a bow at the right side.
*Add Santa to the shadow box.
I hope you will give this project a try. This would make a fun holiday gift or a perfect addition to your home for the holidays!
Elizabeth Craft Products:
Other Products Used:
Graphic 45 Window Shadow Box in black
White cardstock
May Arts red/silver ribbon
Tim Holtz Holiday Ephemera, numbers, occasions photos
Paper Wizard Santa

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