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This mini cardboard shadowbox is a template for a much larger Circular Bookshelf. Its durable and great for holding your most memorable and treasured miniature items. When I'm ...
A small cardboard box Gummed watercolour tape Metal ruler Sharp cutter Strong glue Paintbrush File Trace a circular object the preferred size of your shadowbox. Cut with sharp ...
Cut rectangular pieces. The height of each piece will determine the depth of your box. Bend over a tube shape or edge of a table to create a ...
Use either hot glue or polyurethane glue, which will dry quickly under pressure, to join the rectangular pieces to the circular backing. Use gummed tape to cover holey ...
This step is really important to create a waterproof product. There are three layers - PVA, joint compound and paint. 1. The first layer is a 1:1 mix ...
2. Next cover the shadowbox with joint compound or crack filla. I made my own using PVA glue, water and bit of cement mix (calcium carbonate). I blended ...
The cardboard surface is now ready for painting. I used acrylic paint and will paint another layer then file down again soon. The next day I chose a ...
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