Monday, 20 July 2015

Under The Sea

Pretty Paper Pretty Ribbons has an awesome challenge going on right now called "Under the Sea".   For my project I decided to make a shadow box.  I started by embossing dark grey paper for the background. The porthole was cut using a lighter shade of grey paper, then inked with distressed ink. The boy is from Little swimmers cutting file, and his face is a sizzix rub on. The shark is from fishy friends cutting file and the smaller fish are from a sticker pack I had in my stash.  All items are on different size pop dots, for lots of dimension.  


"Under the Sea"  was attached to the outside of the glass.  I filled the bottom of the shadow box with pebble chocolates to look like the ocean floor.  They sure are yummy!



  1. OMGoodness, this is the BOMB!! You are so creative, love that you put this into a shadow box, gr8t job!! Thanks so much for joining PPPR challenge!

  2. Well, isn't this so cute? What a fun idea! Thank you so much for joining our PPPR Under the Sea challenge.

  3. OMGSH...all the details...dimension...and utter CUTENESS of this shadow box takes my breath away! Thanks for playing along with the PPPR Under the Sea Challenge this month!

  4. This is so much fun! I love the whole scene you've created! The title and the rocks are perfect, too!

    Thanks so much for joining in the Under the Sea challenge at Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons!

    Ruth - DT member

  5. This is awesome-- love that your created a perfectly adorable shadow box-- sooo cute! Thanks for creating with us at Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbon this month!

  6. NO WAY!
    Crazy fun! Oh my gosh! Can't believe this!
    What a wonderful project!
    ~Leah (PPPR DT)

  7. So adorable!! Thanks for playing with us at PPPR Under the Sea Challenge! :)

    Purple Monkey Moments

  8. this is just amazing!!! great job :-) Thanks for linking up with the PPPR "Under the Sea" Challenge!!
    PPPR dt