Hi readers! Happy Sunday to you! I’m so pleased to bring to you this fabulous shadow box project by Tammy Tutterow using lots of fun goodies to get this great outcome! I personally love how she used the inside of a burlap panel to make a shadow box!
Don’t forget to keep scrolling down to get the full supplies list, and a video of Tammy making this great project as well as a bit of text on her inspiration behind it.
Hello everyone! It is Tammy Tutterow here with you today to share a fun project video with you!I love making decorative things for my house using my scrapbooking and stamping supplies. Right now, I have a major crafty crush on shadowboxes. The project I am sharing today combines some of my very favorite Tim Holtz products to make a unique shadowbox that you can display on an small easel. I made mine to commemorate my anniversary, but you could make it with any numbers to signify dates, numbers of children or grandchildren, or even just a favorite number!
Watch the video:
Let’s take one more look at the final project…
Thanks for reading today and thanks to Tammy for being our guest!
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