Hey there! I wanted to share this cute little project I made a few weeks ago. I bought this wood shadow box/barn at the dollar store several years ago and it's been sitting in my craft closet waiting patiently all this time. :o) Just goes to show that sometimes hoarding is a good thing. Before decorating I gave it a light sanding and then lightly washed it with white acrylic paint. I wanted it to look whitewashed so I left some areas of wood showing through the paint.
Then I went to town with lots and lots of paper flowers. Some were cut on the Cricut, some were cut on the Cuttlebug, some were punched and some were quilled. It's amzing how many flowers you can make with paper, huh?
After filling all the little boxes with flowers, I added embellishments like quilled circles, buttons, and rhinestone dragonflies --- oh and dew drops too. (Can't get enough of those dewdrops).
I had a lot of fun making this bloom box and honestly it wasn't hard at all. The quilling took the longest to do but I love doing it so it wasn't like work.
I hope you're all having a great spring/summer so far! I'm excited because my son only has a week and a half left of school and then SUMMER VACATION! I can't wait to sleep in and enjoy a little more relaxed routine. Thankfully he decided against taking summer school this year so we don't have to be out the door by 7:15. Yeesh!
I'm hoping to post some more projects this week. I've been having some technical difficulties with my computer - or as my husband puts it "operator error" but it seems to be working now. :o) Have a happy Monday!