Zelda travels with the carnival, where loud barkers sell out her shows hours in advance and carnies are sure to swine-dle a few naive gents.
With her name in lights, Zelda loves to ham it up. The higher she kicks her hooves, the more audiences squeal with delight. To be sure, every night more than a few hearts are a-bacon.
Cover the interior and exterior with red acrylic paint and let dry. I never seem to remember this lesson, but it is a good idea to not paint the notches where you will later assemble the rest of the box. Otherwise, like me, you will be scraping paint from those notches with a sharp blade in order to fit them together.
Banner Border Strips, cover with silver embossing powder and heat set.
Cut a silver doily by a third and adhere to the inside of the box.
Assemble the rest of the box and glue glass beads to the stage base.
Use a design program such as Illustrator to make posters. Print them out. First roughly tear along all the edges.
Glue the posters to the side of the stage and your stage is complete.
Great StuffSquare Shrine Shadowbox
Banner Border Strips
Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive
Silver embossing powder
Cute toy pig
Bow with pearls
Miniature foil heart