Spellbinders Shadowbox Blog Hop

 

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Hello friends!  Welcome to the Spellbinders Becca Feeken Shadowbox Blog Hop!  I am so happy you’re here!  You should have come from Hussena Calcuttawala‘s blog, and after me, you will go to Tina Smith‘s blog.

For my project I decided to make a shadowbox frame to highlight the cutest little baby footprint.  It’s my youngest daughter’s footprint, and she is now 2.  We moved into our new home about 6 months ago, and we haven’t done much decorating yet.  I was pulling out baby frames, and I was feeling nostalgic.

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You can find all the new Shadowbox dies by Becca Feeken here.  For my project, I used the Adjustable Shadowbox Frame with 3/4″ Border dies, Callista Rectangle Shadowbox Frame dies, and Flutter Wing Shadowbox Butterflies dies.

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I put together my frame using some aqua colored cardstock.  I made the frame to the size 4 x 4 inches.  Spellbinders has a tutorial on how to assembles the shadow box on their youtube channel here.  I tried making one with scraps of cardstock first, and I was all thumbs.  However, I got the hang of it on my second try.

I scanned the footprint, and in photoshop, I added the date.  I printed it out onto white cardstock, then I hand wrote her name.  I trimmed it to 4 x 4″, and I adhered it to the back of the frame using scortape.

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To add some interest, I die cut the 2 corner pieces from the Callista Rectrangle shadowbox frame dies twice, so that I had a total of 4 pieces.  I carefully tucked them into the corners between the frame and the footprint print, and added a little bit of liquid glue.  I also die cut the butterflies from the Flutter Wing Shadowbox butterflies dies with light pink cardstock, and glued them to the front of the frame.  I die cut the center body piece twice, and glued them on top of each other for more dimension.  I also made sure to fluff the wings for dimension.

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This project turned out so cute.  I love how it looks hanging in my office.  I just added a tiny command strip to the back to attach it to the wall.  Since it’s all made of paper, it doesn’t weigh much at all.

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Ok, now for the giveaway and blog hop details:

Giveaway:
To celebrate this release, Spellbinders is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. Giveaway closes on Sunday, February 10th 11:59 pm EDT. Winners will be announced in the Spellbinder’s blog hop post the following Monday. Winner is responsible for shipping cost, duties and taxes.

Blog hop order:

Spellbinders

Becca Feeken

Nichol Spohr

Hussena Calcuttawala

Jung AhSang  <—– You are here.

Tina Smith   **NEXT STOP

Lea Lawson

Desiree Kuemmerle

Dawn McVey

Olga Direktorenko

Gemma Campbell

Sandra Nagel

Jennifer Snyder

Jean Manis

Yana Smakula

I really hope you like my project, I know it makes me smile when I look at it!  Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Wednesday!

102 thoughts on “Spellbinders Shadowbox Blog Hop

  1. Lovely!! I never thought of scanning their newborn prints!! I’m sure this project is touch many of us in a wonderfully nostalgic way ~ I LOVE IT!!! I also love that you reassured us with your 1st attempt being kinda difficult!! (Maybe I really could do this!!)

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