Heal- Mixed Media Shadow Box by Keren Tamir

I created this artsy shadow box frame as a gift to my husband. My husband is a Chiropractor and I wanted to design a mixed media piece for him to hang in his office. I had a plastic spine shaped object from an old key-chain he used to have. I used it as the centre piece of my art work.
I wanted to create a very vintage, worn out looking piece, so I used one of my all time favourite collections Dreamer. The colours in the dreamer collection were perfect to use to create this effect. I used the “Daydreaming” paper to wrap and cover the wooden frame. Then I used the “Sleepless” paper as accents.
I also used lots of chipboard to embellish the shadow box both on the edges and as an anchor for the spine.

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Products:
7 Dots Studio- Dreamer- Daydreaming
7 Dots Studio- Dreamer- Sleepless
Blue Fern Studios Chipboard
Golden White Gesso
Ranger Alcohol inks- Caramel
Prima Color Bloom- Soft teal
Prima Finnabair acrylic paint- Patina
Prima Finnabair- Soft Matte gel
Prima Finnabair- heavy gel
Thickers Alphabet black
Tim Holtz Tattered butterfly die cut
Tim Holtz black soot distress ink
Martha Stewart beige paint
Wooden pieces
Spine
Cardboard
Book pages
Black lid

Comments

  1. Dawn C. says:

    This is beautiful. Your husband and his patients are very fortunate you made it!