Make a Beautiful Rose Filled Shadow Box
by Roni Johnson
The new Rinea foiled paper variety pack Vineyard is perfect for creating a beautiful and elegant rose-filled shadow box. What's even better? It's oh so easy to do using a single die set from Lady E Design - Flower 001. I'll show you how...
Step 1 - This set of dies has 5 sizes of petals; to create the flowers in this example cut two of the largest petals and one each of the remaining 4 sizes for each flower.
Note: You can create all sorts of flowers with this die set, this is just one example of many.
Step 2 - Shape each petal layer as desired.
For the smallest set of petals, I flip the flower over and fold it towards the Gold Glossy side so you have a tightly formed center for the flower.
Step 3 - Assemble each flower by stacking and gluing each set of petals.
You will end up with something that looks like this!
Step 4 - Repeat steps 2 & 3 until you have enough flowers to fill your particular shadow box.
Step 5 - Adhere a sheet of Cobalt/Cobalt Starstruck foiled paper to the shadow box chipboard backer.
Step 6 - Arrange and adhere the flowers to the backer board as desired. I tried all sorts of patterns with the colors but ended up using just a random draw to fill my shadow box.
Lady E Design - Flower 001
Shadow Box, Adhesive, Diecut Machine