Isn't this just about one of the most beautiful things you've ever seen? Really ... so soft, glittery, elegant and warm with it's color scheme of creme, white and chocolate brown. I'm in LOVE :) the camera doesn't really do this lovely creation justice -- it's much prettier in person!
I created this picture frame shadow box for a challenge over at Webster's Pages called 12 Days of Christmas Crop. What FUN!! Each day, one of their designer's posts a project related to the holidays. Then, if you're inspired by it enough to play along, you go and create a like project using the original post for your inspiration! I saw a couple of the shadow box projects and loved them so much that I was inspired to create one of my own!!! This will become a treasured keepsake in my home for many years to come!
Patterned Paper: Webster's Pages - Winter's Wings
Embellishments: frame; Prima flowers - Alabaster, Heirloom Leaves Willow, Heirloom Leaves Frost; Melissa Frances Vintage Attic Pearls & Pink Rinestones; Maya Road - Vintage Pearls Trinket Pins; Making Memories - Shimmer Flourish Chipboard; K & Company - Swell Noel Layered Accents and Chipbox; Little Yellow Bicycle - 25 Days of Christmas Chipboard Shapes; Stickles - Cinnamon; Tulip - Pearl Dimensional Pain; Martha Stewart - Mica Glitter; Tattered Angels - Gold Shimmer Mist; Stampin' Up! - Gold Elastic Cord, Glitter, dimensionals, glue dots, sticky strip; small wooden dowel; trim - Webster's Pages and miscellaneous from my stash.