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April 6, 2011

A Little Spin On Our New Sketch At The Beary Scrap

We have a new sketch challenge at
I went on a Scrapbook Bus tour on Sunday and that involves 4 scrapbook stores and they all have a coach bus that rotates around all the stores and was so much fun I walked of the bus like a bag lady I had so many new goodies and I even won 2 prizes. At one of the stores I saw a tiny little shadow box and it was actually a kit by Darcie Crafts and I thought I can make that with Spellbinders. So I made up my template and started cutting out my pieces to make my own shadow box, I used just about every food box I have in my kitchen to make enough pieces to make my little box thick enough to put in my Baby Tear Bear. It was funny my husband didn't even know what I was doing till he went into the kitchen and saw bags of cereal and crackers and other yummys sitting on the counter without the boxes. 





Now I couldn't even tell you how many layers my box is I never counted I just kept adding till my Baby Bear fit. I used the very pretty papers from the 6x6 Prima Fairy Flora Pad and my 12x12 paper is from Graphic 45's Once Upon A Springtime Collection. I also blinged this up with Stickles, German Glass Glitter and Dew Drops. My flowers were punched out with EK Sucess Retro Flower Punch and the butterflies were punched with a Martha Stewart punch and they both were inked with Colorbox Inks. My Baby Bear was made with an Acrylic Pattern and Mulberry Paper. My leaves is Sizzix Branch w/ Leaves Die.  I tryed to take pictures from different angles to show that my shadow box spins in the center. This has 4 small photo boxes made with Spellbinders.
Now lets see what you can make with our sketch.
Enter your project
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Thanks for looking.
~Patricia~

2 comments:

Sassylassy said...

So Awesome. Fantastic job. I just love it when you have a project in mind and it all comes together beautifully! Totally fun bus trip I've already used some of my goodies.
Hugs Bonnie

Aly's mom said...

I love the "bear in the box"! it's such a great idea! Thanks for sharing!