Bountiful Harvest Altered Shadowbox Frame Tutorial

 A Place in Time Bountiful Harvest Altered Shadowbox Frame Tutorial for Frilly and Funkie

Hello Friends!  Thanksgiving is my very favorite holiday of the year. So I was thrilled to learn that our hostess, Nancy, chose the  theme  Bountiful Harvest for the latest challenge at the Frilly and Funkie Blog.  I went rummaging through the Closet of Shame and pulled together this and that to make this vintage Bountiful Harvest Altered Shadowbox Frame.  Let’s see what Nancy has to say about this challenge.

Bountiful Harvest
Create any vintage or shabby chic project celebrating the bounty of the season in the rich hues of Autumn.

Graphic 45 A Place in Time and Tammy Tutterow Posie Stamps and Dies

bountiful-harvest-altered-shadowbox-frame-tutorial-for-frilly-and-funkie-kathy-clement-photo-1I found this wooden shadowbox frame in the clearance bin at Michaels.  It measures about 7.25″ wide by 9.25″ tall with a generous depth of 1.25″.  That gave me lots and lots of room to create this  pretty Thanksgiving vignette.

I used some fun mixed media techniques to give the frame this tree bark appearance.  The flowers were such fun to design with Tammy’s Stamps and dies.  If you have bits and pieces of the original Place in time calendar papers languishing in your Closet of Shame, this is a great way to use them up.  You’ll learn how I did it in the Snapguide tutorial below.

How to Create a Bountiful Harvest Altered Shadowbox Frame Snapguide Tutorial

Check out How to Place in Time Altered Shadowbox Thanksgiving Frame by Kathy Clement on Snapguide.

Here are some pretty pictures to inspire you.

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bountiful-harvest-altered-shadowbox-frame-tutorial-for-frilly-and-funkie-kathy-clement-photo-5Come Join the Fun!

Now it’s YOUR turn to create a vintage or shabby chic Bountiful Harvest project celebrating the hues and colors of Autumn!  When you’ve done so, link it up at the Frilly & Funkie Blog.  Be sure to pop over there today to get inspired by the other designer projects, and to find out the dates and details for this challenge.

The team will choose their top four picks with the winner being invited to join us for a  Guest DT spot at Frilly and Funkie.  Three more favorites will receive badges to display on their blogs. Everyone who enters and follows the rules is entered into the draw to have the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

Sound good?  I thought so!

Thanks for joining me here today!  I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Cheerio,

kathy

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14 thoughts on “Bountiful Harvest Altered Shadowbox Frame Tutorial

  1. Carol

    This is wonderful Kathy. I love the lovely glowing feeling of the colours and the richness of the whole design. It just captures autumn so well. Great ideas with the hessian and paste, so many clever techniques used. Love your snapshot guide too. Thank-you for sharing my friend Hugs XXX

  2. Pamellia

    Wow Kathy, this is just magnificent!! So many details here I would have to look at it again and again to see everything. Such a wonderful vintage feel to this and the autumn colours are brilliant! hugs 🙂

  3. Carol Sterenstein

    Really beautiful, Kathy. The detail is amazing! And the colors–they are so yummy. Love it!

  4. stampersuzz

    Gorgeous! I love how you created those fabulous flowers and the image and sentiment are perfect as well! Beautiful shadow box.

  5. Susan Smit

    WOW! you have used a lot of that yum product on this wonderful enchanting project…looking forward to your next show and tell….lol…and a few hugs…lol

  6. Pattie Jns

    Hi Kathy, a simply gorgeous, shadowbox. what an excellent display for Thanksgiving. One of my favorite holidays. sad some of the stores seem to forget this holiday and have very little on display. thanks for sharing.

  7. Sara Emily Barker

    Kathy, I always love when you do a dimension project because there are so many delicious details. I could sit and stare at this for days and see new things each time. I love your flowers, and really need to get that Frayed Posies die. I just sadly passed up the utensils at Michaels this afternoon, but they are back on the list. This has got to be my favorite of the many wonderful details on this super creative work of art! The way you covered your frame is brilliant and I’m so happy you shared your creative secrets! Big hugs!

  8. Jenny L

    Hi Kathy,
    what a very super and wonderful creation.
    Love this wonderful and superb design.
    So much lovely details to look at.
    Those flowers are so awesome and beautiful.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  9. Jenny Marples

    Oh Nancy this is utterly divine!!! I love the clustering of handmade flowers around the gorgeous frame and clever addition of the spoon and trophy cup in with all the other seasonal nature elements. Looking forward to sitting and enjoying your Snapguide to find out more xx

  10. Nancy Dynes

    Hi Kathy!
    I’m just trying to figure out where to start again-lol! Your shadow box is another example of how each and every one of your projects goes above and beyond what the laws of physics dictate what one can do with paper!! It tells a heartwarming story of the heritage of Thanksgiving in every single nook and cranny, from the focal image to each perfect embellishment. The handmade flowers are absolutely breathtaking. I MUST get those dies–yes, you have me impulse shopping! I wish the most wonderful of Thanksgivings to you and your family.
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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