This week all the of the DCWV designers are teaming up with Scor-Pal. Yippee!!
So, I got out my Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape and decided to tackle something I’ve been wanting to try for a while now… a shadow box!
And I will be the first to admit that I was a bit scared of this cut especially after I first opened Lori Whitlock’s image.
But, her instructions were easy and simple to follow.
And the weight of the DCWV paper was perfect for this project.
I chose the wood grain paper from the Autumn Melody stack for the boxes and outer edges.
The box cuts~
You can easily see the score lines that were pre-cut.
I lightly went over them with my Scor-Pal tool.
The outer edge cuts~
The boxes ready to be attached to the base~
I used Scor-Tape to adhere my boxes rather than glue.
I find that I’m a bit slow and heavy handed to use glue, so Scor-Tape was a great choice.
It’s strong enough to hold all the pieces together, and I can control exactly where it goes.
My completed shadow box~
A few pictures and embellishments completed my shadow box.
I was SO happy with how this turned out that I actually did a happy dance.
I know I was amazed!
DCWV The Autumn Melody Stack, The Autumn Melody Matstack and the Autumn Melody Embellishment Flip Pack
Scor-Tape, Seam Binding Ribbon, Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher, Creative Memories Fall Leaves Punch, Gems
Lori Whitlock Shadow Box Cut