Every now and then we get a chance to highlight a product and show several different interpretations. Today we have three different visions using the Filmstrip Shadowbox.
In a previous blog post Nancy shared her Nature Assemblage version of this product. Nancy used the box horizontally and gave it a very outdoorsy feel. This project features something new in every peek.
Kathi's version of the Filmstrip box incorporates a vintage Hollywood feel.
Heidi's Stars Shape Set
Kim's version of the Filmstrip shadowbox has an antique and shabby flavor, reminding me of collections that hung on the walls in my great grandmother's parlor.
Kim here, today I would like to share with you my Filmstrip Shadowbox. I have used lots of wonderful items from Gina's store and mixed them with some cool metal pieces and a couple of vintage items. I have used one of my favorite paper lines to decorate this box, the Bo Bunny
Mamarazzi paper line.
In this section of the shadowbox you can see one of Gina's chipboard cameras from the "Say Cheese" set.
I have embossed it with chunky white embossing powder, then used a red
rubber music stamp to make an impression in the embossing powder, then
rubbed some Patina Guilder's Paste overtop. I then added a vintage light
bulb I found in my hubby's workshop, a few flowers in black and sky
blue and some Tim Holtz Film Strip inside. You can also see on the side
of this section a metal clock with a vintage pin of my late father in
law's from one of the camera clubs he belonged to.
these sections below, you can see on the left I have spelled out the
word Smile in scrabble tiles and added them to the filmstrip piece. I
then used a metal sentiment beside it and inside the box, again, I have
used another camera piece from the Say Cheese Set. I used a cute little metal charm that looks like an old movie camera and more lovely flowers in black, blue and aqua.
the photo on the right you can see the bottom section, it has a metal
arrow from my stash and also I accented the corner with some of Gina's
wonderful gear pieces from the Gear Set. You can also see a metal clock working piece inside with a metal filigree corner and some more flowers as well.
Metal Filigree Pieces from Butterbeescraps
Flowers from Craftsupplies1
Tim Holtz Film Strip and Clock
Wood letters from my stash
Martha Stewart Paint in Sea Lavender
Stampendous Chunky White and Aged Taupe Embossing Powder
Melissa Francis Mini Resin Frames
Patina Guilder's Paste