I'm am really enjoying making little home decor items these days. I found these Bazzill frames at Archiver's a couple weeks ago and have made quite a few of them. I also had an extra IKEA Shadowbox frame left over from my workshop last week so I decided to put it to use too. I made this set for my 15 year old daughter. We are working on re-doing her bedroom and these are the colors and theme she has chose to decorate her room. She is into very bold/ bright colors. She wants each wall painted different colors. Yikes! She enjoys skateboarding, sports, rock and roll, all kinds of music, and the 1980s Wish me luck. hahahahahaha
Here is a close up picture of the frame itself (that is not my daughter's picture, that is the picture that came in the frame). I am waiting for some recent pictures to be delivered from Shutterfly to add to the frame. I bought a single sheet of "doodle" DP from Rusty Pickle and colored it with bright Sharpies. I then cut out each little section, and collaged it to fit onto the frame. It took a while but I am pleased with the way it turned out.Yuck.. this is not a very good picture of the shadowbox- sorry. I tried. I collaged the rest of the items left from the single sheet of paper onto a 5x5 inch paper scrap to place inside her shadowbox. I wish the picture turned out better than this so you could see how bright and cheery it really is. Yes, this pink is nearly fluorescent
Items Used: Bazzill Frame, Rusty Pickle DP, Sharpies, Pop dots, Mono Adhesive, IKEA shadowbox Frame 6x6.