Create a Shadow Box Frame with Ribbon
Hi, it’s Gini here to share a little ribbon love with you! I have not stopped swooning over the May Arts eyelet, since I first saw it. It is so easy to use on any type of project, and today I have a layout to share with you. I’ve used the lace to create a shadow-box frame effect.
I cut the center square away from the patterned paper. On the wrong side of the paper, near the inner edge, I applied Scor-tape. I adhered the eyelet along the borders, facing towards the empty center. I used foam adhesive to raise this layer up above the base layer.
This is a really simple technique to use, but I love the depth that it adds.
Blog post by: Gini Williams Cagle
May Arts Ribbons Used:
- 447 5/8” Eyelet Trim
Partners in Craft Supplies Used:
Other Supplies Used:
- Anna Griffin Patterned Papers, Die cuts
- Want2Scrap Pearl
- Xyron Mega Runner