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Mini Snow shadow box

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Mini Snow shadow box

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How To Do it YourselfHow To Do it Yourself

step 1

Mini Snow shadow box

Cut out cardboard in size of your snow shadow box and also a blue paper (for sky) in the same size. Stick the blue paper on the cardboard. Cut out foam sheet/glitter foam sheet in white shade like waves and stick on the base to look like snow mounds. Cover the rest area which is not covered by the foam sheet with foam tape

step 2

Mini Snow shadow box

Add multiple layers of snow as you wish but everytime a snow layer is added, remember to cover the balance areas with foam tape.

step 3

Mini Snow shadow box

Select figurines to add to your shadow box. I stamped a baby girl and added some snow covered christmas tree embellishments.

step 4

Mini Snow shadow box

You Will NeedYou Will Need

Once complete, with all sentiments, sequins etc, cut out a tramsparent OHP sheet in size of the shadow box, remove the backing on the foam tape and stick the clear sheet on top of the shadow box. The foam tape looks a little uglu so you can cover the edges with pretty washy tape to cover them. Additionally , add ribbons, laces etc.


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