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Hello Crafty People,
I am Manasa Priya, back on Connect4Sale blog with a Miniature Shadow Box Scene ” Our Favourite Spot ”
So to make this shadow box, I took a 12/12 Prima Cards to know and made a 6″ Square Shadow box. That forms the base of my scene.
Now using some chipboard I made a shelf like thing and lined it up with rhinestones string. Then, added this cute little alarm clock, the cactus miniature and a heart bead. Connect4Sale has an awesome and choicely picked range of miniatures, beads, metal findings etc..
Now, to make a vase like thing.. I used a long metal bead.. Base I created using a wooden button and on top I used Icraft Cherry pollens that I got from Connect4sale and made it into a fancy decor like thing.
Now I added a colored MDF sofa and some crushed glass to fill in the ground.
To finish it off, I used space to create a little overhead and added the sentiment.
Once, the shadow box is done, I sealed it up with an acetate sheet and added the clay filigree created with Prima moulds over the edges.
I hope you like this project of mine.
Until next time..
About The Artist
Manasa Priya is an artist and crafter based out of Bangalore, India. She has completed her Masters in International Business Administration and Psychology and Parapsychology. She worked as a Banker with a corporate bank before taking up crafting as a full time career and a stay at home mom to her toddler son.
Brought up in the beach city of Andhra Padesh, Visakhapatnam, Manasa was always interested in art and craft. Constantly observing and trying out new ways to upcycle and reuse the discarded items has been her biggest hobby. She planned and invested her time in her own crafting business venture, UPCYCLED with a motto of creating lesser footprint and greater memories.
She broadened her craft spectrum to decoupaging, scrapbooking, card making, sospeso, quilling, fluid and relief painting. She always loves to have an Indo-Western touch to her projects so adopted the contemporary style. She has an immense love for pastel palette and flowers.
To know and learn more about Manasa’s work please visit the following links.