Colourful Shadow Box using Love Actually



Hello everyone,
Heena here from bloomingpaperbuds.com, today I have a bright colourful shadow box that I made for my niece to share. I'm also sharing a few steps on how I created it so let's begin...
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Firstly, I covered all sides and base of the shadow box with this pattern paper from the Love actually Paper pack.


Next, i created some clear crackles on the frame using the two-step crackle and highlighted it with liquid antique wax.


Next to make the brick wall I have cut small pieces of cardboard and applied white crackle paste on them.



 After the crackles developed I coloured them using brown ink spray. 


And glued the pieces on the frame.



Then I added some texture to the base using modelling paste through a stencil and dusted it with crystal clear glitter.



For this shadow box, I created this cute lacy paper dress and adhered it to the mannequin chipboard.


Then I embellished the shadow box with paper flowers and applied the art stones using soft gloss gel, the berries are painted with Villa plum chalk paint. 
Lastly, I added some splatters of white gesso.






Hope you liked my creation, Thank you for stopping by,
Heena xo


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Shadow book box with mini according album

Hello friends!
Today it's my turn to give inspirational post using Papericious shadow box ,Love Actually design papers and MDF mini shaker chipboards..so here is my project...

I have used two shadow boxes and joined together with a hinge n a lock to make a book shadow box.. details you can see in pictures below..
First I painted both shadow boxes inside outside with Papericious black chalk paint..only edges or sides..

Used red n black Papericious chalk paints on MDF heart n on MDF cute couple..



Then applied pattern papers on all outside and insides..and on top and bottom part of the book shadow box...leaving 1/8 inch on all sides .
After applying design papers I joined two shadow boxes with a hinge and used a vintage style lock for closing mechanism..






Inside on one side I did a scene and for other side I made an accordion fold album.. without album we can use as photo frame also..both ways we can use it..
In left side shadow box that cute little hearts slides..
In right side according album top page is decorated using design paper , sticker cutouts from the same paper pack and mini shaker chipboard in heart shape.. inside  I have used red shaker beads


For the top ..on pattern paper I have used teared corrugated packaging paper and pattern paper ..edges distressed with vintage photo distress ink......on few places I have used Papericious modelling paste with stencil..."Love" word I colored with Papericious white chalk paint n highlighted with glossy accent and  crystal clear glitter..used Papericious lace below journaling sticker ..used few roses with buds fussy cut from same paper..and Finally decorated with mulberry flowers,metal emblishments,pearls,and resin charm.lastly I have used prima vintage wax in few places to get that vintagy gold shine and on flowers I have used gesso.
I must say that this design papers' love actually' are so pretty that you will love to use it in your love theme projects.. thank you ...hope you have liked my project..
Love n hugs
Daksha
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CAS Layout with Love Actually Paper Pack


Hello friends!
Erum here today with a CAS layout using Love Actually paper pack and 3D Shaker Chipboard element.
I started by cutting a couple of pieces from papers that go together.
This includes the tag and banners as well. Then I added some pink and grey watercolour to my background.

I visualized how I wanted my layout and moved around the pieces till I was happy with the look.
At this point I took out chippies to see what would work with my layout and loved the look of Bubbles Pattern Chippies. I also added some Shaker Beads in Pink here and there.

Next I cut out the heart from the paper with all the little tid bits for us to use. This heart says "adore". I popped it over some stamped florals and added glossy accent to it.
Next I added the letters "YOU" to form the sentence "adore you" and added glossy accent to these as well.
After I was done arranging all the elements, I stamped a couple of florals in plain black ink on white cardstock. I fussy cut these out and popped them on opposite ends.
This hot pink chipboard  piece is a "waste" out of the Bubble Pattern Chipboard. I covered it with gesso then inked it up with distress stain.
That is all from my side today!
I hope you liked my project. In case you are wondering why the photo space is blank, this is a gift for someone. I will add a photo later on.
Thank you for stopping by.