I can hardly believe I’m back with another post today!  I got started working in the studio and finished up earlier than I thought . . . so . . . what the hell, here’s another post with a new project!

I started with a mini square frame from Darcie’s, used some extra Olde Curiosity Shoppe scraps left over from CHA and ended up with this.


When I looked at it in the photo, I realize that it’s fairly busy with all the paper, but I still like it!

I didn’t use the acrylic piece that came with the frame, deciding instead to leave the opening so that I could add some additional embellishments.  I covered a mini bottle with Rock Candy Distress Stickles and inserted it into the opening.


The butterfly was cut from the paper and then glued to a scrap of Studio 490 Clearly for Art, which was heated and then I could curl the wings easily.

The flowers were made with the new Spellbinder’s die template, Mini Blossoms.

That’s all for now.  Thanks for stopping by!


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9 Responses to “Mini Shadowbox Frame!”

  1. Beautiful, Sherry. Thank You for sharing.

  2. If I ever make even one flower that comes close to one of yours, I will be a happy camper. They are exquisite.

  3. This is beautiful! Your flowers are magnificient! Best of anyone by far!

  4. I’ve missed your blog posts, and loved the project you shared with us today.

  5. Adorable love this little frame! So glad to see you back in the studio love your art! Thanks for sharing.

  6. very cool, the rock candy looks neat on the bottle too and goes perfectly with the image!

  7. A girl cannot use too many printed papers, that’s my motto! Love the frame. The flowers rock, as always!

  8. HI Sherry~~you Rocked this frame girl — all the bits & pieces make it interesting. And of course your flowers just add the final touch that we all wish we could make. Glad to see your fingers are hard at work even though the rest of you still might be back on the cruise 😀

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