Thursday, July 16, 2009


My project today features some retired designer series paper that I really miss - Urban Garden. I had bought a bunch of shadow box frames at IKEA a few years back and hoarded them. What's the point of buying them and then keeping them hidden?! Silly, huh?

The glass is accented with some new Decor Elements called Inspiration. It's a set of four sentiments - life, hope, faith and love. With some serious family medical issues heavy on my mind, the word "hope" called to me. I simply mounted a square of the Urban Garden DSP onto Chocolate Chip cardstock and then cut one of the flower images from another sheet. Using a Versamarker, I lightly shadowed the petals and then layered it onto the DSP with stampin' dimensionals.

Now it's off for display at a friend's house. Enjoy it, Diana!! :-)

Stamps: none
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip
Ink: Versamarker
Accessories: Urban Garden designer series paper, Inspiration Decor Elements, stampin' dimensionals, shadow box frame


Jennifer Orbaker said...

This is so beautiful!!! Love what you did with this shadow box!

Marilyn said...

What a great idea - can't help but love anything with those roses too!

Unknown said...

Gorgeous! I use the plain smaller Ikea frames to demo the rubons at my workshops---then give it to the hostess as a gift! This is really special.


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