Valentine shadow box

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Valentine Shadow box

My inspiration for this shadow box came from this darling card. I had thought about making a similar card using the same idea. I loved the idea so much, that I wanted it to be a lasting decoration. I had this shadow box that I was going to use at Christmas time  (I picked up at our local thrift store for $2.00) but, I never got around to doing it. I decided to use the shadow box for this project. I thought I would never say this but I am loving gold right now. I pick this gold glitter polka dot paper for the background in the shadow box. . I painted the frame of the shadow box pink, then filled it with some candy conversation hearts and placed the finished back on. I cut the “call me maybe” on my silhouette machine using white vinyl and then cut the phone using pink vinyl.  Then I simply added the cut vinyl on the front of the glass. I love how it turned out and I am so happy I decided to make it into a lasting décor piece.

valentine shadow box single

valentine shadow box

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Comments

  1. says

    Haha I’ve never made a shadow box. My sister Jackie, who is the co-writer on the blog, is obsessed with that Call Me Maybe song. I should make that one for her. I realize I should get creative and not copy yours of course, but I’m not creative. LOL.

  2. says

    It looks great! I really like all the conversation hearts in the shadow box. The great thing, though, is that you can fill it with whatever you can think of.

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