Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Hello Everyone! I would like to share with you my version of the Themed Shadowboxes. I have chosen to use the Sewing Theme Shadowbox. I am an avid sewer and wanted this to hang above my sewing table. I have done it in soft pinks, blacks and ivory colours to match my room. The Themed Shadowboxes come with their own shape sets, so it makes it convenient to have all your pieces ready when you go to make your shadowbox.

Here is a close up of the Sewing Machine which comes with the Shadowbox set. I have covered it in some lovely Bo Bunny Paper, and embossed the needle and hand crank to give them a metallic look. you can see on top I have added a tiny spool and some vintage lace. Behind the sewing machine is one of Gina's skeleton clocks to finish this section off.

Here you can see a close up inside the box. I have used the scissors and dressform from the shadowbox set, along with some vintage pattern paper in the background, some wood letters and laces from my stash. You can also see some spools from my sewing stash I have used to place a tiny metal sewing machine on and have surrounded the shadowbox with Gina's new button borders, I love these! I have also cut some of the roman numerals from the skeleton clock and embossed them and placed them around the shadowbox as well, I don't waste any of this gorgeous chipboard lol!

And finally, you can see at the top of the shadowbox I have used one of Gina's new Scribbled Line pieces. This one looks like a bow, so I embossed it and had it coming from the needle in the sewing machine, so it looks like thread flowing out from the machine.
 There are several styles of these to choose from, so something for everyone, and its so great that you get the shape set with it!
Thanks for stopping by today.

Gina's Designs Products Used

Other Items Used
Stampendous Embossing Powder, Aged Silver, Shabby White, Shabby Pink
Bo Bunny Porcelain Rose Paper
Laces from Lavish Laces and Suhafuaha
Flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts
Metal Sewing Machine, wood letters, vintage lace, pattern paper and spools from my stash.

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