Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Halloween Shadow Box

Bought this shadow box of sort at the Dollar Tree.  It was plain almost white looking pine I guess.  I decided to spray paint it black and decorate it for Halloween.  I used the Halloween Bingo Bit pieces stamp set and a couple of others that I have.  Then I added some punch art and I also used the Halloween Designer Series Paper, Frightful Sight.  I like how it came out.  

I think I might do a small class on this.  I have a few extra frames I bought.  I would also like to do a Christmas one and am currently working on 2 birthday ones for gifts this weekend.  I hope I remember to take pictures of the gifts.

I have several Halloween projects I'm working on for a stamp camp.  Check back and I will post them as soon as the class is done!

Thanks for looking and sorry the picture is so crooked. 

Check out the Monday Monster Mash Halloween Countdown Blog Hop. Go to this link to view the entries:  www.lookatmycutestuff.blogspot.com


Penny Hanuszak said...

Norma I love your shadow box! It's so ghoulishly awesome! If you're into making Halloween cards and 3-D items you should check out Shirley Pumpkin's Monday Halloween Monster BlogHop, and enter this or your coaster hangup. Both could be winners of the weekly draw! So much fun. The link is on my blog so check it out.

Terry Blais said...

That's a really cute idea! I really love the owls - those are my favorite things in the box.

Kathryne said...

I just adore this! What a great idea! So very cute! TFS

glassgraffitix2 said...

This such a fun project and you did a wonderful job on it!!!

Penny Hanuszak said...

Norma, I'm so glad to see you joined the Monday Monster Mash Halloween Countdown Blog Hop. It'a a good weekly place to hang out.

Stamping Aweigh with Norma said...

Penny, thank you for telling me about Shirley's Blog-Hop. I am having problems getting her link up, but she is working with me on that. Thank your for your encouraging words for me to enter the blog hop. Fingers crossed, hope to win!!!

Shirley Pumpkin said...

Norma... what a really cute shadow box. I love all the stamps and punched art you used. I bet it super cool on the wall for Halloween!! Thanks so much for joining the Halloween blog hop!!