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Thursday, July 28, 2011

caught on film: show it in a shadowbox!

Last week we were invited over to studio 5 to share our passion for shadowboxes with their viewers.  We jumped at the chance before we stopped to think about it being recorded LIVE!  Needless to say we were a bit terrified when the cameras started rolling but thrilled we got the chance to show off some of our best shadowboxes.

AND we were lucky enough to snag a link to the video so you can watch too!  

Watch as we show you how easy it is to create a meaningful shadowbox that tells YOUR story.   It's easier than you think.  And we also demo a project using the BRAND NEW solo shadowbox tray.

Once you see the new solo tray in action you'll be itching to get one of your own and GUESS what...

we're going to give 7 of them away in August  

We'll be posting contest details in just a couple of days so be sure to check back!

A big thank you to all of our creative team for creating the amazing projects featured in the segment...
Ranjini Malhotra, Paula Cheney, Ann Mabee, Kerry Lynn Yeary, Mou Saha, Vicki Boutin, Sande Krieger & Debbie Crouse

10 comments:

Jen said...

Loooove EVERY single one of the shadowboxes on the show! Gypsies products are amazing...can't wait for the contest details!

Scrapthat said...

TOTALLY Awesome job on all of the shadow boxes! Staying posted for the Deets! :)

Amy524 said...

I Love the Shadow Boxes!!!! 7 gypsies is my absolute favorite line of products, just can't get enough, in my opinion!! Will be looking forward to contest details! Thanks!

genagirl said...

7 Gypsies and Shadowboxes!! I love both of more than I can say!!!!

cat lacigale said...

these trays are wonderful !

DeeDee said...

Love the vid! What pretty faces behind on 7Gypsies :)

connie casement said...

I lov these shadow boxes..the possibilities are endless...

Odetta said...

The film was very inspiring. The shadowboxes are stunningly beautiful! I would love to play with it!

Queenie said...

All the shadowboxes are gorgeous!!
Found an old letter printers drawer at an antique shop and bought it so that i could do something like this with it!
Thank you for all the inspiration.

LyndaKay said...

Great video...love these boxes!