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Spring Shadow Box

 When the weather is sunny and warm here in the south the urge to plant bulbs and flowers is strong. Everyone is outside. When I can't get outside I like to make art. This shadow box is something I created for Easter/Spring .
 I used a great mix of robin's Nest and Altered Pages products .Collage sheet,cut paper flowers from paper pads, ribbon. Rub on's and a cute butterfly from Robins Nest. I added in the banner and the "Robin's nest"..
Happy creating!
Melanie Statnick


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  1. Love the Shadow Box- what a great craft idea for spring!

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  2. I adore the lilttle touches and all the springy colors! GREAT JOB......THANKS

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  3. So cute!! Great job! The colors are so pretty!

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  4. This makes me want Spring to get here NOW! Really cute!

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  5. Wonderfully Spring shadow box, Melanie. Love the flowers and little bird nest. So cute.

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  6. I do LOVE shadow boxes...so bright and lovely for SPRING. Anne

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  7. What a cute idea. It really says spring!

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  8. Thank you everyone. Fun to make

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  9. This is so sweet Melanie I love it! xx

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  10. What fun colors and I love the shadow box!!! <3

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