Sunday, November 6, 2011

Handmade Holiday Blog Hop - Day 3

Welcome to the Handmade Holidays Blog Hop!!!

Calling all crafters! We ve gathered designers from some of our favorite manufacturers to show you ways to create something from the heart this holiday season. This 3 day Hop includes over 60 stops with inspiration brimming from every corner. Explore all thoughtful and frugal handmade gifts you could make for the holidays, all in one place on this Hop!

To sweeten the Hop, we're offering a gift for you! For every comment you leave on the blogs in the Hop, you'll be entered to win a prize pack from one of the participating manufacturer sponsors!
 I am here representing Graphic 45, and here is the amazing prize pack they have to offer!
 Beautiful Christmas Emporium collection 12 x 12 and 8 x 8 paper pads along with the 5x8 Altered Art Box, Altered Art Metal Tin and a Metal Ornate Metal Door Plate. A $75 value!


There are lots more chances to win! Visit the blogs of these fabulous companies including Clearsnap and leave a comment saying that Graphic 45 sent you! Each company is offering a fabulous prize pack and your comment is all you need to enter to win their prize pack! The winners will be randomly drawn from the comments left on all of the blogs.  There a lots of chances to win with this fun Holiday Blog Hop! Have fun and soak up the craft joy!

Deadline: comments to be left on each blog by Nov 7, 2011 at 11:59 PM PST for your chances to win BIG!!!


I also wanted announce that I am holding a little giveaway of my own in the spirit of the Holidays!!!
For your chance to win my prizepack, available only right here, all you have to do is Follow my blog and leave a comment letting me know! 
It's that easy!
If you are already a follower, just let me know in your comment and you will be entered!

One Winner will be chosen at random and announced right here Monday Nov. 7th @ 7pmEST. 

Here is what you could win from me...
Graphic 45 8 x 8 Christmas Emporium Paper pad, Graphic 45 Metal Brads, Envelope tags and Envelope album.  One Dozen of my stemmed handmade paper flowers created using Christmas Emporium Papers,  Clearsnaps Moonlight Smooch and Green Olive Smooch Spritz!!! 


Now onto my Handmade Gift Idea!


This is just a small wooden box with a door and 5 glass windows that you can pick up at any local craft store. 
It may look like something very detailed, but can be created in only a few easy steps!


To start out. I painted the trim on the windows white.  Then cut strips of paper to cover the small amounts of wood showing on the inside and ouside of the box.
For the inside I wanted the look of wallpaper, and for the outisde the look of a gingerbread house.

Here is what it looked like as a box covered with paper and just decorated on the front.
No Roof Added..
 After covering the walls with wallpaper you are ready to create the simple shadowbox scene inside. 
To get started right click the clip art provided and save it, size to box and print off.


Once image is printed onto heavy cardstock, cut out the fireplace including Santa. 
 For added depth, print image off twice and cut Santa out to pop dot over first image. 
Adhere to back "wall" of box using pop dots.
Should look like this...
Cut out and add Graphic 45 stocking from Believe paper, Christmas Emporium Collection.
Add some shimmer with Smooch Accent inks, and move onto to the next few quick steps:

Now add a pre decorated mini Christmas tree found at any craft store in front of the fire place.


In front of the Christmas tree, cut and add image of People from Happy Holidays Paper.


And Last of all for the inside, cut out the cute little rocking horse from Toyland paper and adhere on left, in front of tree. 


Now you have a gorgeous looking shadowbox with tons of depth that was created with very little cutting of images!
Now for the Roof...

To create this super easy roof all you need is some heavy chipboard a ruler and razor knife.


Measure the length of the top of your box and cut a piece of chipboard that is over half the size.
My roof was 4" long so I cut my chipboard to 8"long.
Once chipboard is to size, find the center width wise and lightly "score" the center by cutting only the top few layers of chipboard.
Fold in half creating a peak.
Paint Roof and glitter as desired, making sure to paint the underside that may show.


For strength create 2 triangles or "soffits" (in housing terms) out of heavy chipboard at the angle you would like you roof to be. 

Cover Triangles with paper on the outside, and adhere one triangle to premade roof to help keep shape.
Due to a slight roof overhang, and to make placement easier attach the second Triangle to the top of your box using heavy duty adhesive.
(I didn't decorate the top of my box since I knew it would be hidden by the roof)

  Add one more strip of heavy duty adhesive to the front of your box top where the other triangle that is attached to roof will rest. 
Make sure in placing your roof, to leave room for your door to open!


Last Attach your roof and add Santa in his Sleigh!


For the front cut out some Holly from G45's Christmas Emporium Papers. 
Use some matching Hampton Arts Stamps to create the wonderful stamped image inside a frame.
Add some G45 chipboard and a few little nick nacks, and don't forget adding a snowy look, or brightening up your berries using
Smooch Accent Inks!



Finish the whole thing off with 4,  G45 Metal Brads glued to the bottom as feet.  This will help your door to easily open and close rather than catching on the table. 



And that's how to make a simple box, into a simple fun Shadowbox Christmas House using yummy Graphic 45 products!! 
This piece is not only great as a gift, but would be the perfect centerpiece to your buffet set atop a cake plate with some fresh greens!  Or place it amongst some Greenery and strands of Christmas Lights on the mantle and watch the glass sparkle!

Please Scroll Below Supply List For Instructions On Where To Hop Next!!!

Supplies Used:
Finished project Measures Approx: 8 1/2" x 6"
Graphic45 Papers:
Christmas Emporium: Under the Mistletoe, Toyland, Happy Holidays, Tis the Season, Believe, Santa Express
Renaissance Faire: Awakening
Graphic 45 Staples: Metal Brads, Christmas Emporium Chipboard Tags 1

Hampton Arts: Christmas Emporium Cling Stamps 1
Clearsnap Colorbox Decades Inks: Triumphant Red, Antique Moss, Photogenic
Smooch: Siren, Moonlight, Top Coat, Gold Lame, Frosted Aqua
Creamy Brown Fluid Chalk Ink

Fiskars: Scalloped Border Punch, craft knife
Ranger: Rock Candy Distress Stickles, Ink Blending Tool
Melissa Francis: Mini Resin Frames
Scrapbook Adhesives: 3D Foam Squares
Tombow: Glue Stick
Scor Tape

Other: E6000, Hot Glue Gun, mini wreath, bell, wooden box, chipboard, white paint, glass glitter, vintage clipart, mini candy cane, printer, ruler



Today
Nov 6 - Day 3


Sabrina Alery Clearsnap http://sabrinaalery.blogspot.com/
Laura Denison Graphic 45 http://www.followingthepapertrail.blogspot.com/
Karen Taylor Donna Salazar Designs - http://creativeyearnings.blogspot.com/
Beverly Sizemore Hampton Art http://bevscreativepath.blogspot.com/
Kazan Clark Spellbinders http://nunutoolies.blogspot.com/
Janeen Shember Authentique Paper http://suburbngypsy.blogspot.com/
Charlotte Jenkins Clearsnap http://suepup.blogspot.com/
Grace Hester The Twinery http://gracehester.typepad.com/
Nicole Eccles Graphic45 http://nicoleeccles.blogspot.com/ <--- YOU ARE HERE
Audrey Pettit Donna Salazar Designs - http://audreypettit.wordpress.com/
Nan Paturzo Zutter http://scrappynan.blogspot.com/
Jeannie DeGruccio Authentique Paper http://polkacabana.wordpress.com/
Tamara Tripodi - Glue Arts http://happylifecraftywife.com/

                            Thanks so much for joining in on this Outstanding Holiday Hop!
Don't forget to leave those comments for a chance to win what all these wonderful companies are giving away. 
Plus Follow my blog and leave me a comment for a chance to win my Holiday giveaway!!
Remember to buy and create handmade gifts from the heart this holiday season!

Happy Hopping!
Enjoy The Journey!
Nicki Chicky





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jengd said...
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scrapper96 said...

wow! you are sooo talented!
i love it!!!

Chris D. said...

What a wonderful Christmas shadow box! This was truly a labor of love to make - so much detail! Thanks for sharing!
cdring@comcast.net

jengd said...

WONDERFUL box! I love all of the details you included in it! I'm a follower.

Robin said...

Love the vintage shadow box!

Sharon Field / Created By You said...

WOW what a fabulous post and project! I've been drooling over that door knob throughout this blog hop... and here it is again! Love your project, love anything with Santa on it, LOL... Wish I had found this blog hop a few days ago... Thanks for the chance to win!!

Carol said...

Oh my......love this idea....such a clever chickie !!!
Definately a follower now !!!

cindy said...

This is great! Love the detail and dimension! Thank you!

Cassie_lu said...

what an amazing 3D scene you created

Jennie said...

Oh WOW...what a beautiful shadow box!

Linda said...

wouldn't this be the greatest gift for a child to get lost in...

Jeannette aka Jnett said...

Wonderful! Would so love to win this set.

bethann said...

so gorgeous, stunning, over the top. i want to be a follower but by email and there isn't that option.

Basiljen said...

Oh - I love this! Thanks for sharing it!

Debc06 said...

OOOOOOOOO myyyyyy great project TFS.
Debbie
debbie_craine at hot mail dot com
http://craftywizard.blogspot.com

Loris said...

Very creative!

PlumTuckered's Paper Plays said...

What a clever project! I adore this and think I'll try it! I appreciate you sharing all of the steps otherwise I wouldn't stand a chance at making one LOL

Arlen said...

Wonderful shadow box! I'm happy to be a follower.

lainey said...

Great ideas! This has been such a fun blog hop!!

nimrodel3018 said...

That is just beautiful. Lots of detail! I just love it. You have inspired me.

Jenna K. said...

WHAT is this box you are talking about?! I love it, where can we find it?

Anita said...

Thank you for the inspiration and the fun hopping!

JPScraps said...

Stunning shadowbox!!
I'm following.

KellyG said...

LOVE your project, so detailed! Beautiful work!

KellyG said...

I am a follower!

Kathy said...

I just love this.

karine said...

c'est magnifique, bises

kim said...

OMG I am speachless. Your project was amazing. Every detail was beautiful. Thank you for sharing your amazing talent with us. I am a new follower and can not wait to see what you do next.

kim
k1i2m3@cox.net

debb said...

Beautiful shadowbox! Love your creativity- adding you to my reader! Thank you!

Janet said...

This is just GORGEOUS! Wow!

Jennifer Priest said...

Wow such an amazing project!!!!

Marge said...

This is ink-credible!!! WOW!!!

Shari said...

I 2nd that WOW...or more than that this is absolutely fantastic!! I love vintage and your project is wonderful.

Dana D. said...

Wow! This is truly a work of art. Terrific detail. Love it.

Rebecca said...

How absolutely beautiful! I'm a new follower!!

Charlotte-AKA suepup said...

So awesome@

Maryann said...

What an awesome idea, you´ve shared here. I love your little christashouse and has just become a follower too.

Heidi Mireles said...

I love looking at all the inspiring projects. Thanks for sharing the talent.

Mumsie said...

WOW! I love your shadow box!

Hi...I'm Cindy said...

I love this, I have to make a couple cause one needs to be my gift to me! :) tfs I lOVE IT...man I really need some of that paper

Anonymous said...

OMG, does this bring back memories. We use to make items like this, but not as creative. So cute. I will give this project a try. Thank You Margaret Ann

tallulah1 said...

Wow! That looks too fun to make! Thanks for the directions, this is on my list to try! Joined your blog! Looking forwrd to more inspiration.

Chrissy said...

Super adorable! I love the depth and dimension.

Beth said...

The shadowbox is amazing! Thanks for sharing.

heidiscoll said...

neat!! holiday hoppin....

Beth said...

I'm a follower now - can't wait to see more of your work.

Mary Jane W said...

I'm so glad I found your blog. I love your shadow box and so appreciate the free clip art. I'm going to subscribe to your blog right now!

Mary Jane W said...

Just subscribed to your blog and love your work!

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, this is amazing. What a fun holiday decoration. TFS.

Dana D. said...

I just signed up to follow your blog. You are so talented it will be fun to see what you create in the future.

MissScrapAlot said...

This project ROCKS!!! LOVE IT!!
wyme98@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

wow this is a gorgeous christmas shadow box. Thanks for sharing! France

Noreen said...

Wow! An incredible project! And so much detail in the scene! It looks like the little one is the only one who notices Santa in the fireplace.

enikodelisle said...

Crazy about your shadow boxes! Thank you for sharing your brilliant ideas!

kara said...

What a precious diorama!!

Denice said...

That is just so cute. Thanks for sharing! I have also started following your blog

Christina Collins said...

Oh wow, this project is stunning. I love the little scenery you made. You have inspired me! I want to do a similar project so bad now. So glad I found your blog too. ;) I am officially a follower!

Lisa Angela said...

I became a follower today...thanks for the inspiration!

Auntie Em said...

Love this sweet shadowbox! The layers and details you have created really draw your eye into the scene.
Thank you for sharing and yes I am now following your blog! :)

Dawnll - Dawn's Craft Place said...

Wow! This is a spectacular project, love all the details.
I am so addicted to piecing things together
Thanks for sharing

rush said...

really, really nice project. thank you for sharing.

Cyndi said...

I have enjoyed visiting your site.

Mary Matthys said...

Beautiful! I never thought to do something like that.

shari said...

I love your project and your blog too. I'm following you now. Thanks for the great giveaway. Shari (cricutrookie)

Gail said...

omgoshhh this is just beautiful..i love vintage/nostalgic..and this is so precious..tfs..loves ya

Bast said...

That is absolutely gorgeous! TFS

I also follower your blog via google as bast.

Thanx for the chance to win!

KimMJ
bast830@comcast.net

Tanya said...

wow, this is totally awesome! looks like an old family heirloom!

Jenny said...

I absolutely love this box!!! It's beautiful!

Denise Foor said...

Adorable! Looks like something you would find in a Gallery!

Lillian Child said...

Always so fun to stop by your blog to see what you are creating. I am already a HUGE fan and follower of your delightful blog. LOVE your Graphic 45 inpsiration!

Eileen Doane said...

What a wonderfully different idea today. I love it!!!! amazing!!!

Holly - Wild Wyoming Art Cafe' said...

This is fantastic!!!! I love this so much. Great details, wonderful step shots too. wow.

Maggie said...

It's so beautiful! Fabulous idea, thank you for sharing1

CraftyJo said...

Wow, what a wonderfully detailed project, tfs.

CraftyJo said...

Looking forward to seeing more of your work now that I'm following you :)

littlen said...

how creative you are. this is beautiful. tfs. i'm a new follower.
littlen44 at gmail dot com

Emily said...

Wow it looks so difficult but your instructions make it all sound so easy. Great project-I'm a follower now.

Crafting With Friends said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!!! You did such a great job on this!!! I LOVE your handmade flowers!!!! Can I win your project? lol

Jeannie from PolkaCabana.wordpress.com said...

Gorgeous, stunning! I love what you made for this hop! You are very talented!

DeniseP said...

Wow, that's thinking outside the box even though everything is going INSIDE of a box! Great project! Thanks for the chance to win!

Miriam Prantner said...

Amazing project. Thanks!

Maggy_Tronche said...

So beautiful project Nicole!!! Love it!!! This collection papers are wonderful! TFS!! Hugs.. Maggy :)

Maggy_Tronche said...

Sorry I forgot in my comment mencioned that I'm follower of your blog! Thanks for the oportunity to win in your giveaway! Great prizes! Hugs.. Maggy :)

Ginny said...

Beautiful shadow box. This has been a fun blog hop. Thank you.

Ginny said...

I am now a follower.

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

Fabulous project. I would love to have that shadow box. You use some great projects.

LaceyBean said...

thank you for sharring... this is an inspiring hop

Carol E said...

Wow! That is just beautiful and so creative, thank you so much for sharing it.

cindy said...

Adorable.

cindy said...

Blog follower.

kathleen salazar said...

WOW!!!!! that is such a cute project. I love the old fashion feel of the paper used. lovely! Thank you for sharing!

Sheila said...

This will definitely be a showpiece every year hereafter. An incredible amounteof work and creativity went into this box...hats off to you!!!

Peggy S said...

Fantastic house and the perfect Christmas scene!

Kathi said...

Wonderful shadow box. Thanks for the inspiration.

Fleursbydesign said...

Wow love your shadow box so pretty!

Carla said...

That is adorable. Thanks so much for sharing. I love all the layers and details you added.


http://racincrafts.blogspot.com/ or
racincrafts at aim dot com

Roxie said...

What a pretty box. Thanks for sharing.

Julie S. said...

I am a ew follower to your blog. Thank goodness for blog hops. I have had lots of fun. TFS.

Sandra said...

wonderful!
Sandra ltb

Becky Dunham said...

oh my goodness Nicki! This is fabulous! I have not seen a box like this at my craft store, but will definitely be on the lookout! I love shadow boxes and this one is about the cutest one I have ever seen - and this idea would work for just about anything! Thanks for the clipart too! I am so happy to become a new follower of your blog :)

rebeccadunham at hotmail dot com

Karen L said...

OMG...this is awesome! I love all the details and the vintage look. This would be an amazing centerpiece or mantel decoration!

Karen L said...

I am a new follower...I LOVE your style!

Emily Keaton said...

Thanks for the fabulous gift idea. This is terrific!!

Emily Keaton said...

I just became a follower. Thanks for a chance to win your generous prize!

◦◉ Steven ◉◦ said...

super Christmas project

DK Spins said...

I'm already a follower, Nicole. Wow! This shadow box truly rocks! Thank you for including instructions - I'm a gonna make one of these for my in-laws who travel to Arizona each year & don't put up a tree. Thanks!

The Gentleman Crafter said...

I'm running to Michaels now to grab a box! How incredible! These are the type projects that make the season so awesom! Great Job! So glad I found your blog and will Begin to follow! Can't wait!

jazy1m said...

Awesome project. Thanks for sharing.

Elena Pana said...

Beautiful project and thank you for a chance to win such a generous prize!

Karen Diebolt said...

Wow, what an awesome project!

Peggy said...

Lovely project.

Kristina said...

I love the look of the papers.
Thanks for the chance to win!
xx
Kristina
www.pearlgateway.com

Debbie said...

this is gorgeous love the details it would look lovely on my buffet thanks for the inspiration, became a follower

upnurse at aol dot com

Kim said...

I am now following your blog- How could I not after watching how you made that fantastic Christmas box!. I then went back and looked at your Christmas card, your Halloween banner, and so many other projects.

And Graphic 45 sent me!

StacyC said...

Awesome project... I am following your blog

scrappinvall said...

Great shadow box...I'm going to try to download the clip art...great Santa..Thanks for sharing

meemee48 said...

Your Christmas house is gorgeous. Love the nostalgic look of it all!

Trisha said...

Nicki, this is just fabulous. Love the dimension. Kind of reminds me of the Easter eggs with a window and a 3D scene inside. Great job and I am a new follower. Love your work and graphic 45. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Pandora said...

I just love the 3d effect you did. I just love your creativity.

Linh C. said...

I'm a new follower.

Stephanie U said...

Cute idea!

Chris - Creations in Bloom said...

Super cute. Love the vintage feel. Thanks for a great hop.

Tess said...

Hippity hop! So much fun!

Kim H said...

wow this is a beautiful shadow box display. I love how you made sure with the lifters to get the best views, and to paint the bottom where it might be seen, those details really make this is wonderful project. Thank you for the tutorial, and sharing this amazing creation. Im also a new follower.

xoxobye said...

Awesome project!!

Lana said...

WOW this is sooooo fabulous love the idea and how it turned out!! Very inventive!! I am a follower.

Kelly Massman said...

your gift idea is so cute/pretty!! i've become a follower, too! thanks for a chance to win!
kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

stlbarb said...

LOVE your shadow boxes!! Each is awesome.

Lagene said...

FANTASTIC shadowbox!

RachelB said...

Beautiful project!

Mistylynn said...

What a cool little project. Love all the details!

Victoria said...

So much pretty detail - thanks for sharing a lovely project :)

Catherine Lie said...

THIS IS EXTREMELY FABULOUS, heart warming and elegant, very vintage and deep. simply love it

Sunshine115 said...

love the images! thank you!

Fleasbenz said...

Stunning. Too beautiful to give away :)

JanetintheJaw said...

Love your shadow box. TFS!

Anita Braddock said...

Wow how very cool this is. love all the shadow boxs they sure say Christmas.its a great 3D look into them thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.
abbraddock@msn.com

Giddy Blue Devil said...

Wow! that is all I can say...

glenda said...

Lovely projects and I follow your blog on google!

Pamela said...

Love it!

Lizscraps said...

ADORE this 3D Diorama. Wonderful holiday decor piece that will surely become a keepsake.
I am a new follower too

tluiz said...

What an awesome project, with so many elements!

Cheryl said...

A-MAZING!! I am in love :) Wonderful details in this - so much to look at!

Theresa said...

Oh my goodness! Your box is fabulous!

Pamela said...

I love the 3-D of this project, great tutorial.

sleigh said...

What a great shadow box! I would put something like this on my mantle or shelf so that it could be seen all the time during the holidays! Thank you for sharing your wonderful idea, talent with all of us :)

carriep said...

what a truly inspiring shadow box~
amazing~

Gerriann said...

thank you so much for the inspiration on how to use those items in a #D project! I love it!

davearmie at comcast dot net

disneylisa said...

Love it. And thanks for the clip art too.

butlerfly24 said...

Hi, thanks for this gorgeous project. I tried to follow your site but it wouldn't load right. So I liked you on fb and will follow as soon as I can. Thanks.

Denise said...

Very cool project!
DeniseB
I signed up to follow also!

butlerfly24 said...

Oh it worked now. Following you officially.

Clare G said...

This is a brilliant project, love every inch of it!

Clare G said...

I'm following you now, glad to have found you on this Hop!

Cindy Lou said...

Hi Nikki! What a great job you did on your Christmas Shadow Box! so much detail and yet so easy. I will enjoy checking in on you on occassion because I am following you :) Thanks for being a part of the hop and for sharing!

Paula said...

What a fabulous tutorial and idea! your project turned out wonderfully!

deb said...

Great project.

Vail said...

This project is awesome, and your instructions are also wonderful.

Janet Lindstrom said...

Wow, you're project is awesome!

Gloria L. said...

Follow, follow, follow!

Monica said...

Super sweet! Thanks

Renee said...

This is so beautiful Nicole! I am already a follower, thanks for the tutorial and the awesome giveaway!!!

Sharon said...

I am now following your blog ... looking forward to seeing lots of inspiration here. Thanks for sharing.

mamawcindy said...

WOW!This is Gorgeous!!! My Grand Children would Love this. Thanks for Sharing! :0)

Beary Amazing said...

Love the shadow box! Thank you for sharing; and thanks for the way that you marked the spot of where in the Hop! It is so hard to follow; it all being bunched together, like it is! Have a great holiday! http://www.bearheartbottomsetc.biz/ #Bear Luv and Bear Hugz!

Penny said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I am a follower as I will need to come back for the instructions.

PaperJewels said...

Great project Nicole! Very clever!

Jenny said...

I now follow your blog! What beautiful creations!

Pam said...

Wow! What a fantastic shadow box! The details are amazing. I love your work!

NanaBeth said...

I have the box and some of the papers.Thanks to your great tutorial I feel like the little engine that could-I think I can do this!

Pat G said...

I have been a Santa collector for almost 50 years, so I have many many Santas. But this is over the top. I keep saying so more Santas but I can't let this pass by. Thank you so much for a wonderful idea.

Unknown said...

This is absolutely fabulous.
Anita

Cheryl Winget said...

Wonderful shadow box - so many details but I think even I could replicate it with your wonderful step-by-step tutorial. Thanks so much!

Flower Power said...

Awesome box! great ideas, love the blog hop!
god bless

marla said...

What a great homemade shadow box!!

Tracy said...

Love the vintage look and the warm feel of the projects. I am following your blog and just wanted to let you know! Very inspiring!

Stacy S said...

Wow, that does look elaborate! Love all the details you put into it--so creative!

Deb said...

Neat idea, thank you for sharing

Francine said...

whow......nice

Tracy said...

Love the vintage look and the warm feel of the projects. I am following your blog and just wanted to let you know! Very inspiring!

susie said...

So original & creative!

Cherri said...

Love the project - love the vintage feel of the box. Graphics 45 sent me. :) thanks.

Barb's Boys Inspired said...

wow...love that dimension...and LOVE Graphic 45!

Styme123 said...

What a great project!

Barb's Boys Inspired said...

Also...love you blog, now a follower!

Paulette Still said...

O love the retro vintagefeel of this shadowbox project.

Caity Sue said...

This is an awesome shadow box! Thansk for sharing and I'm now following you :)

Melita said...

that is simply amazing!

Susan said...

Wow Nicki! This shadow box Christmas scene is wonderful. I just love the vintage images you've used.

Jen said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I hope to be this awesome some day. Guess I'll just keep hopping along.

Terri said...

I love it. A keepsake to keep forever.

Jeannie said...

What a terrific idea! I love the details! TFS

xoxojomelle said...

Pick me pick me!! I feel like a kid in a candy store!

The Queen of the Universe said...

Wow, wonderful ideas. I love your products.

Beatrice Lawson said...

That is stunning! I can't believe the amount of detail you put into it - wish I could make one, I may try!

Carisa said...

omgosh, this is so cool! i love how dimensional you can get with G45!!!

Creative Cutter Room said...

So much talent on this hop-thank you for the very wonderful box project. Great prizes and I LOVE Graphic45
Cathie
www.creativecutter.org

Larissa Heskett said...

THANKS For sharing all of the AWESOME INSPIRATION this weekend on the Blog Hop!! I have LOVED it all!!
THANKS for the chances to win and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

HorseKrazee said...

Love this shadow box. Very clever! Great inspiration in this blog hop.

Neesey said...

Beautiful shadow box. So festive. TFS

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