Sunday, May 13, 2012

Shadow - cabinet box


Shadow - cabinet box for the Olde Curiosity shoppe photo album


This shadow - cabinet box was made to store the olde curiosity shoppe photo album that i made i tutorial on how to make. The base is Tim Holtz Configurations box and i used chipboard to make it double sided.
There will also be a tutorial how to put the box together and one for the smaller boxes suitcase and shelf.
There are a boxes, furniture.match box,frames,tags and goodies in this box
The paper collection is from graphic 45 and i have had so much fun create with this gorgeous paper collection :-)
Here is the link to Foina`s great tutorial how to creat  aged wood look :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=865MiJcNTng
Thank you for taking the time to watch :-)


Front side of the box


Lift curtains

Back side


Here is a room for the album.
I used the new pully weels from Tim Holtz for the feet

Some furniture and boxes


Mini album inside the box

Used some ski to hold a journaling tag on the side

Created a shelf and used the brads from G45 to hang some charms.
Also used a metal tag from G45 for the chain to close the "door"

Metal butterfly
Butterfly and brads are from G45. The pen nib is from Tim Holtz

Here is a close up photo of the tag under the butterfly
Suitecase


Some boxes


Made the pen off paper and pen nib from Tim Holtz

Cut out the bird cage from the paper and cracle accent some of it. Used metal wire on the back so it would stand up. The flying pigs are so gorgeous 

Thred spool with a bicycle and some butterfly`s.Also used a  bicycle from the paper collection for the clock
A little journaling book behind


Made some small furniture

The bottle`s are from Tim Holtz and i put some images inside some of them. So fun to use this bottles :-)


Metal rose from G45. A rose from iamroses inside and a little glossy accent bee from the paper collection


The butterfly` s from the paper collection are so gorgeous and fun to cut out :-) This is 3 double layered an used crackle accent around and in the middle

Thanks for stopping by and i wish you all a great an happy day :-)

30 comments:

  1. WOW WWOW Anne i said it on the youtube channel, you did a great great job.
    WONDERFUL.
    Hugs Astrid

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment Astrid :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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  2. I couldn't resist, I bought these paper collection...but you made something beyond my dreams...it reminds me about "Parnasus" and his theatre...fabulous movie and fabulous your box with album...

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment. I am glad you like it. Have fun creating with tis gorgeous papers :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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  3. I seen it earlier over on you tube it just blew me away absolutely stunning, gorgeous detail.
    Chris x

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comment. Have fun creating :-) Hugs, Anne

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  4. This is absolutely blow minding. Cant believe how many details you put in this creation. Once again my friend, you are stunning!!! Lots of hugs :-D

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comment my friend. It was so fun making this box and album :-)
      Lot of hugs to you also, Anne

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  5. Hello Anne,

    This is a GORGEOUS box!
    It's a work of art in it's self.
    You can see how much love went in to making this.
    You are a talented lady and your work gives me so much inspiration to try and give it a go myself. Thank you for sharing this.

    Kind regards,
    Elly

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment Elly. I am glad it is inspiring :-)
      Have fun creating. Hugs, Anne

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  6. Dina projekt är fantastiska! Jag bor i Sverige och även handla på de flesta av de platser du listade. Vilken synd att vi inte har så stora båtar stormarknader i Skandinavien!

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    1. Tusen takk for din søte kommentar. Setter veldig pris på det :-) Ja håper vi snart får et like godt utvalg av scrap utstyr her i skandinavia. Klem, Anne

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  7. Hi Anne, i looked at your youtube film of this box and i was stunned. What an amazing box and book you made. I love your fab work. Cant get enough of it. Will be following you from now on.
    Hugs marjolein from holland.

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comment Marjolein. I am glad you like it :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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  8. I can't stop watching your you tube video of this box!!! I was anxious to see it ever since you posted you were making a box or your album and I knew it would be gorgeous because you're album is just spectacular but I'm awe-struck Anne... I've never seen anything so beautiful. Thanks for taking the time to show us your talent. You've definately got a gift.

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comment Susan. I really appreciate it :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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  9. Wow , you are simply AMAZING! I follow your videos and I love everything you make, you are so inspiring to me. THank you Thank you thank you.. I wish I could come over and have some tea!.. lol you definately are a talented woman..

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comment. If you visit Norway some time you are welcome to have a cup of tea :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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  10. Det finns inte ord som kan beskriva dina alster. FANTASTISKA.

    Kram Åsa

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  11. Tusen takk Åsa. Hadde så gøy med å lage denne boksen :-) Kram, Anne

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  12. your project is jawdropping! So many details to be seen and such great art work! I can't call that papercrafting anymore, it is true artwork, absolutely stunning!! LOVE it!!!

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  13. Thank you so much for your lovely comment Sylvia. It was so much fun making this cabinet :-)

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  14. Just incredible! Love the details on all your little piece!

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comment Kat. I am glad you like it :-)
      Hugs, Anne

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  15. I absolutely love this album and cabinet. I am having trouble tho figuring out how you put the awning together, other than fan folding it! is there any chance of a tutorial on that part?

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  16. I am glad you like it an that you also will make it :-) There is no tutorial on the awning, but after you have folded the paper you put one strong thread true it all in both sides and one in the middle. Then you make a canal between the threads ( 2 of them) and take the threads inside so all ends up in one side. Hope this make sense. I am not so good at explaining in writing lol Have fun creating :-)
    Hugs, Anne

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  17. Anne, thanx a lot for that. Not sure if I understand but will try what i think it means. I've had a lot of fun creating the album and now the cabinet. I have just gotten home from visiting my hubby in hospital, so i work on it a little before i go to visit him and when i get back. It's getting there!! I hope you are going to do another mini album with G45 Ladies Diary.

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  18. Hope you can figure it out. It is so fun to make and i am glad you have made the album and box.Have a lot of projects going on so i am not sure if i am going to make a tutorial on the ladies diary yet.Also hope your hubby soon is better soon.
    Hugs, Anne

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  19. I am attempting to make the shadow box for the Olde Curiosity Shoppe album. Your work is stunning and I loved following your videos on making the album. However, I am puzzled as to how to string the cord to make the venetian curtain on the box. Can you explain how to do that? Thank you.

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  20. I am glad you like it an that you also will make it : :-) After you have folded the 12x12 paper you put one strong thread true it all in both sides and one in the middle. Then you make a canal between the threads ( 2 of them) and take the threads inside so all ends up in one side. Hope this make sense. I am not so good at explaining in writing lol Have fun creating :-)
    Hugs, Anne

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