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Sunday, May 2, 2010

05/01/10 Heartwarming Vintage/Crafty Secrets bi-weekly challenge

I made this Shadowbox for the  Heartwarming Vintage/Crafty Secrets bi-weekly challenge Jan and I are hosting at Paper Craft Planet.  If you love Crafty Secrets Products, this is the group for you!  Jan has challenged us to use a photo in our project.  This is my favorite photo of my Mother and Father in law taken while they were dating in Italy. 
I used the Crafty Secrets Cotton Scraps- Family, along with the Accucut Shadow Box Portrait Designed by Vicki Chrisman.  The lace paper is Karen Foster antique lace, lace, Victoria Lynn ribbon rose, flowers and ribbon from JoAnns, heart shaped button from my button box.  I used Tattered Angels Glimmer Screens Fanciful with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Coffee Shop, and Ranger's Tim Holtz Distress Ink Antique Linen.  Thanks for looking, ~Diane

9 comments:

  1. Oh my oh my, this is just gorgeous. What a lovely setting to display your cherished family photo.
    Hugs
    Carole

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  2. Wow, what an amazing project, and I love how you used such a special, sentimental photo in it.

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  3. Oh my Diane! This shadow box creation is amazing! All the Vintage goodness is showcased so well! :) TFS

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  4. Gorgeous, Diane! You never cease to amaze me with your wonderful talent! I love this. It is so pretty, all the ribbons and distressing just really make it a great piece!!!

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  5. what a great die cut and beautiful project!

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  6. Diane, this is so darling; great frame for a shadow box or screen, isn't it? I love the vintage embellies you used; they are incredible! Beautiful! :-)

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  7. This is really lovely Diane, and I always enjoy seeing vintage projects,
    big hugs
    Enfys xx

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  8. Diane, love your vintage piece, your parents made a beautiful couple. Hugs

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  9. This turned out absolutely gorgeous!!

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