Tag: Shadowbox

Assemblage dollhouse scene shadow box

    This is a vintage shadow box which I have assembled a room together of found and vintage items including playing cards, beads, charms, dollhouse furniture, figurines, religious statues and other small miniature items. the measurements of the inside of box are 7" x 9"  

Assemblage dollhouse scene shadow box

This is a vintage shadow box which I have assembled a room together of found and vintage items including playing cards, beads, charms, dollhouse furniture, figurines, religious statues and other small miniature items. the measurements of the inside of box are 7" x 9"  

Dark Wood Shadow Box

By Deborah A. Pierro – I ordered this shadow box from 7 Gypsies. The objects I glued in are: vintage heart pendant, vintage square pendnt, mask charm I purchased recently at the Bead Expo in Wilmington, Delaware, a black jewelry piece with a diamond center, vintage copper pieces, a gold angel with harp that I…

Sassafras

Shadowbox featuring a sassy coquette sashaying her way through a secret garden. Mucha image transferred onto polymer clay with magic transfer paper, digital papers I designed, glossy black glass paint, stamping and ink, and a branch made with chipboard, lucite flowers, and Swarovski crystals.

Feminine Presence

Shadowbox Shrine to the the Feminine Presence, created with digital papers I designed, polymer clay image transfers using magic transfer paper, stamping, pearls, wire, beads, a molded piece using a Wilton fondant mold (!) glitter, paint, polymer clay feet and decorations, Swarovski crystals on the lady's crown.

Garden of Delights

Tiny Shadowbox created with digital papers I designed, polymer clay, sequins I bought in the garment district of NYC, wire, Swarovski crystals, glitter, paint, stamps, glazes, and love 🙂

Love Song

Shadowbox created with vintage 1920's sheet music called "The Naughty Waltz," inks, glazes, polymer clay, glitter, stamps, Kreinik iron-on braid, wire vine, and millenary leaf. 

The Ayes,I's, Eyes Have It!

Words capture me these days. This piece exploded in I's, Eyes, and Ayes…never realized how many things have eyes! Check out the dollar bill even. Ended with a favorite…(the blurry quote) "An eye for an eye leaves everybody blind."..Gandhi.