Saturday, March 31, 2018

Shadow Box

Hi friends...

Today I am sharing a shadow box.For making this shadow box I recycled a cookie box.I cut the top part and made the compartment inside.For additional strength I added corrugated cardboard on all the sides.I used little birdie chalk paint in teal color to paint it.


I die cut  frames from cardboard  few times and adhere together.All the flowers are handmade.The big roses are made with Mudra Gardenia dies.The sentiments are from Mudra Ganesha stamp set.The sequins and "kindness" & "smile" are Mudra products.

I add few of my son's favorites like car, foot ball and athletics as embellishments.As I want him to be kind always I added the chip zeb saying "Kindness".Sneaker ,foot ball and lady bug are buttons. The car is free gift received with the chocolate.

The chair is made with die cut and tooth picks.

The flower pot is a perfume bottle wrapped with paper twine.

Frozen  character  is a ring which is also a free gift received with the chocolate.The ducks (kichu name given by my little one) are made with pom poms.Added "happy" sentiment as I want  my kid to be happy and smiling always.Keeping her favorites like balloon,fur toys,cartoon in my mind I added these embellishments.

Entering it to

Mudra Stamps - Tic Tac Toe 
I used all the elements in the grid.

Simon says stamp - National craft month

Butterfly Spot Challenge - I used all the seven elements


  1. Such a wonderful thought for the kids. The shadow box is absolutely stunning!

  2. So cute ! Loved the idea of making shadow box for kids !

  3. Hello again Sindhu, This is a gorgeous shadow box. I love the little chairs that you have made. They are perfect. Well done on being the first in this challenge to use all seven of the elements on the wheel. hugs Mrs A.

  4. Cute colors! Love the fresh teal of the box and all the sweet and cute details inside. Lovely kids! Thank you for joining us over Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

  5. Wow, this is simply amazing and creative. Love the
    chairs you made. I love making shadow boxes. But I've
    never made one with handmade elements like you have.

  6. Oh what a wonderful job, such a lovely shadow box.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge

  7. This is amazing !! Thanks so much for playing along at Mudra's challenge 19.
    CT Mudra

  8. Simply fabulous Sindhu!!! Love the chair and twine twirled bottle especially !
    Dr Sonia