This shadow box is made from chipboard, and is about 7 1/2 X 7 1/2″ It has smaller panels that fit inside each square that you can decorate. Ideally, you could do both sides and change out the sides every few months, but I think she’ll like just like this.
Start covering the squares with patterned paper. Here I use Crafty Power Tape.
Several squares have photos on them, I adhered the photo to the square, then to the inside of the box using the 3D Foam Squares.
I want to cover this large Adhesive Heart with clear glitter and have it peeking from behind my daughters picture. Place the heart onto the square, and remove the backing. Place a 3D Foam Square on top. *DO NOT REMOVE the backing* Now cover the large heart with glitter, shake off excess. You heart is glittered, and you have a spot to adhere your photo to.
All the squares with photos I decide I want to pop up, so I attach each square with Crafty Foam Tape.
I actually doubled the strips of Crafty Foam Tape here.
To attach my bezel, I used 3D Dodz. I do the same with the smaller heart bezel.
For the squares with no photos, I just adhere to the frame with E-Z Runner®.
Scrapbook Adhesive Products used:
Authentique patterned paper in Lovely
Spellbinders dies, bezels, ice resin,
Twine, buttons, stick pins