Here are January and March panels for the shadow box club. They were tough to do because of the limitations of what happens in those months, meaning not much! But I am happy how they came out! Thanks to all my shadow box members, I hope you are enjoying your projects! Note, this club is closed and will not be repeated. You can always look at all the projects and CASE them!
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Here is the Christmas Panel for the Shadow Box Class – which is full and no longer available for purchase- but, you can go to the Shadow Box category to see all the panels that have been completed and CASE it on your own (which I have been seeing a lot on other blogs!)
I used last year’s (2010 – 2011 IBC) Christmas DSP that I really miss. I still need to do January’s panel for Sunday so stay tuned for that one!
Designing the November panel was quite a challenge. As much as I love fall colors, it was hard to do a 3rd panel in fall colors. It actually turned out a lot better than I thought it would. Don’t you just love the turkey?? This class is closed but you can find the dimension for the pieces under the Aug & September links in the Shadow Box catagory.
I think this is my favorite so far of all the panels!!! I LOVE Halloween anyways so it should not come to anyone’s surprise!!!!
And keeping with the theme of the other panels, the Owl Punch was used here. It’s the ghost!!!
Here are the August & September panels for the Shadow Box Club. This club is full and there are no instructions available. The basic measurements are as follows: The panel is 6 x 8. The first square is 1 3/4 and the layered square is 1 5/8″. You could use 1 1/2 if you like, but I like the 1 5/8″ square better. Decorate it any way you wish!
The second payment is due for those in the club, so please contact me if you have not sent in your second payment. In order to stay in the club, you must be current. If you do not choose these three months, you will forfeit the remaining months.
I’m working on October tonight so hopefully you will see that tomorrow!
August was tough….but I’m pretty happy with it. Glad I keep most of my retired stuff!
I LOVE how September came out. I really miss this paper 😦 Autumn Vine. It’s about 2 years old.
Been a few busy weeks in the Northeast! Finally finished the July panel for Wednesday’s Shadow Box club! For the long distance members, you should have your kits by Saturday.
This one was actually a fun one to do. I designed it on My Digital Studio! It’s such a great tool for doing things like this! It’s not just for scrap bookkeeping! Just a reminder that the club is closed and there are no tutorials available for these projects.
I thought June would be a tough month to do and I was right. But, it came out better than I thought it would. Father’s Day and Graduations would be the theme so it came out kind of masculine, but I really love it! For my long distances Shadow Box Club members, you will be getting this in the mail by Friday or Monday at the latest. We’ll meet again the end of June to do the next three months. At least I have 2 1/2 months to come up with ideas!
Well, wish it really was May!!! Here is the second panel for the upcoming Shadowbox Club class on April 6th. This class is full!
I know one of the squares is crooked. My card is broken for my camera so I had to load it into the internal memory of the camera and it’s a pain to do. I didn’t notice it until I looked at it on the computer. Oh well! I’ll fix it for the directions!
Don’t you love the owl!!!
This is the first panel of the Shadow Box Class. This class we will be doing April, May & June. The next 3 people who sign up for the class will get a free frame! Contact me if you are interested. If you can’t meet at the time of the class, you will get the projects to complete at home. Each class (meet 4 times from now until Dec 7) is $10.00 and you receive 3 panels at each class. In December, you will have all 12 panels for the year. It makes a great gift!!!
I saw this on Nancy Riley’s site and just HAD to copy it!!! It really didn’t take me very long to do either, two hours total. To recreate it will be a synch now! But, I only need one since I am going to give this to my hubby for Valentine’s Day. He never reads my blog so I’m safe on posting it here 🙂 Don’t go telling him!!!! I thought this would be better than a card. He’s been working really hard lately and deserves something special. It’s a shadow box frame I had left over from a few years ago that I bought from a local craft store.
I won’t be doing a project sheet on this, but it was easy to do. The squares are 1 3/4″ and the mats are 1 5/8″. All the products are Stampin’ Up! products except the verse. I printed that on the computer 🙂