How to Create a Shadow Box With Cat Kerr

What goes behind the creative process always intrigues me. Cat will take you through what may seem like easy steps, but can you imagine coming up with it in the first place? It's all about the spark!

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How to Create a Shadow Box With Cat Kerr
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Glue the pencils,string,micro beads and relic into the wooden tray case

Glue the pencils,string,micro beads and relic into the wooden tray case

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Spray paint entire piece in black

Spray paint entire piece in black

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Spray the piece with any color shine spray. I used Color Bloom 2 Dragonfly Blue. Any shimmery spray will work.then I added glitter to the edges of a butterfly wing and then glued it in place

Spray the piece with any color shine spray. I used Color Bloom 2 Dragonfly Blue. Any shimmery spray will work.then I added glitter to the edges of a butterfly wing and then glued it in place

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I then added Gold Metallic Lustre to the raised parts

I then added Gold Metallic Lustre to the raised parts

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Next I added card stock to the shadowbox as well as Dresden Trim. Finished it off with Ruby Rhinestones to match the tiny red dots on the tips of  the pencils Read all about it www.sandraevertson.com

Next I added card stock to the shadowbox as well as Dresden Trim. Finished it off with Ruby Rhinestones to match the tiny red dots on the tips of the pencils Read all about it www.sandraevertson.com

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