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Great used for gift giving, a shadow box is a unique way to display your paper creations.  Framing your art in this manner will give greater attention to it plus for any 3D effects, it is the best way to go.

Layle Koncar shows a pretty shadow box done up using Scenic Route chipboard butterfly shapes. Love this project! Such a beautiful arrangement to hang up on a wall. I’m sure anyone would love a gift like this! Take a look at more photos of Layle’s “Butterfly Exhibit” as well as details on how each butterfly was embellished using her scrapbooking supplies.

Another neat shadow box is this one by Brandy Wine Boutique. A 3D effect is had by using speckled eggs and real moss. Love how the frame is covered also.katiejeanshadowboxes.jpg

Love how this shadow box by Gemini Angel Art has a cut out vintage image set away from the back. Great use of patterned papers too.

Bricolagelife has a cute shadow box made with deer patterned paper and it also features a tiny flocked deer!

Don’t you love the shadow box frames in these pretty butterfly shadow boxes?  (Photo at right). This photo was taken at the Houston Quilt Market by Katie Jean.

Bia Sorao makes beautiful children’s shadow boxes using a technique that looks a lot like paper piecing. Here’s one example, but you can see many more here. Such nice colourbewitchedmagicshadowbox.jpg combinations.

This fairy shadow box by BeWitchedMagic is so unique.  Makes me want to give it a try!  See photo at left.

I really like the pink and blue combination in this shadow box by Amanda Cowell. And look, there’s even a paper cut silhouette!  Did you notice the frame shape? Amanda made this project using a download from Angry Chicken.

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