Thursday, June 18, 2009

Shadow box

I created a little scene on a card and Donna is hosting this month's 3D challenge on StampTV, which is to recylce/reuse, and I had this shadow box that I purchased at a garage sale ages ago so decided to put it in it instead. Here it is:

I like how this turned out. It was hard getting a picture without a glare though and you can still see a bit of glare here and there. That's suppose to be a moon rising (bad moon rising..ha!) over the ocean...can you see the craters? LOL! The scene is all sponged except after sponging the sand part, I took a stipple brush and stippled more colors into it to make it look more realistic. I saw some really cool sand stuff somewhere...need some of that!

Ok, that's about it for today! Have you been seen the little 'snippets' on Gina K's blog the last 3 days? She is giving little sneak peaks of the new release stamps next week! I will tell you this much...they are awesome! As usual, the illustrators have outdone themselves! Sooo I am stalking my mailman for sure tomorrow!!

I am freeeee!! No more watching grandson for awhile! I need a break...seriously, lol! Love him to death but all day and night is ROUGH since I hadnt done it in like 25 years, rofl. Have a wonderful Thursday! and Yay! tomorrow is FRIDAY!
Card Details
Stamps: Lazy Days of Summer from Gina K Designs
Papers: Rocket Red, pure luxury white 120lb. both from Gina K and SU!
Accessories: itzy bitzy sea shells, charm, nautical netting from Gina K, red copic marker, glue, white gel pen. sponge, SU! ink pads


mudmaven said...

Cat this is just gorgeous! Love all the shells and that "bad" moon is totally cool! ~chris

de said...

Absolutely love this! I want one! :-)

Theresa Momber said...

This came out so beautifully, Cat! Love it! I don't see any glitter. ;)

NinaB said...

Very creative, Cat. I love all the little details.

Lynn Mercurio said...

This is fantastic Cat....and would look awesome in my beach themed bathroom *hint, hint* LOL. I love the distressed look on the frame. This really is art, suitable for framing!

Pattyjo said...

Your shadow box is gorgeous!
Pattyjo +)

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