Connie Hall here and today I want to share a Christmas shadow box ornament tutorial.？ I absolutely love the Bohemian Romance collection and I have used every scrap. I have even ordered more to have in my scrappy stash.？ I love the shades of purple and green and hints of pink.？ I？ added a cherub and some filigree elements to this upcycled mini heart valentine box.personalized fathers day gifts
Canvas Corp Brands？Bohemian Romance 12 x 12 All are Welcome？by Aga BaraniakCanvas Corp Brands？Bohemian Romance？ 8 x 8 paper pack？designed by Aga BaraniakCanvas Corp Brands？Bohemian Romance 8×8 Love so sweet？by Aga BaraniakCanvas Corp Brands？Bohemian Romance 8 x 8 Live Freely？by Aga Baraniak
Scissors，liquid glue，or hot gluefunny pillow cases， pencil， Small Heart box， black/rhinestone lace， white crochet lace， Twine for hanging， Cherub mould from stamperiam Crafter’；s clay， The plastic bulb is for another project using the same paper pack.
I started by tracing the heart shapes on the back of the 12 x 12 Cardstock. Then cut out the shapes.
I used liquid glue for most of this project. Drying time is longer but it works good. I put paper on back of hearts
I also lined the inside of the boxes with patterned paper.
I used liquid glue on outside of heart shape and added a paper scrap from the collection.
I held the scrap piece of paper on until it dried.
I added a piece of white trim on one side of heart shape.
I added a thicker piece of black trim with rhinestones to the outer heart shape.I still used the liquid glue. I used clips to hold in place until it dried.
I fussy cut several flower shapes to use on inside and outside of the ornaments.
I used mold and some crafter’；s clay.？ I only put clay in section I knew I would use.The mold is very thick but I only added clay to the cherub and a Prima filigree mold.
I layered the inside with the fussy cut flowers and used foam dots to pop them up.I did use hot glue to attach the filigree and cherub embellishment.
The Back of Heart with fussy cut flowers.
This is the inside of the heart on black background.
I hope my project gave you upcycling inspiration and you will have plenty of second-life ornaments on your tree this year!
Author: Rima Ghosh