Jul 28, 2009
*I did not create this tutorial, but I no longer have the original link to the page it was on so if anyone has it please send it to me and I will link to it on here. :)
HOW TO MAKE A PHOTO BOX
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and other small objects. I created a "Photo Box" which is easy to
construct and use! I've noticed that a lot of people (in general)
could use this method I use.
ITEMS YOU NEED
14 x 10 piece of plexy glass or glass
background paper (scrapbooking paper is great from craft store)
60-100 watt light
1) Take your 12x12x12 box and cut out one side. Keep the bottom of
your box intact.
make a slit all the way to the back of the box on both sides. Do not
cut the back of the box.
wax paper is used to defuse the light.
background will be fuzzy due to the distance of the background from
Jul 26, 2009
Come check out my latest vintage finds, Ive come across some fabulous treasures recently. I lucked into several old wooden soda box crates, some really cool vintage jewelry, great old kitchen gadgets and much much more. I still have stuff I will be listing daily to catch up on my shopping finds. :)
Ive also started putting together some really sweet succulent desktop gardens, with most of them using vintage creamers (a FAV vintage item of mine), cups and bowls as well as a few old vintage planters. Why not bring a little green on to your desk to brighten your day?
I have quite a few glass moss garden terrariums I will be listing soon, I like to let them set up and start growing before I list them for sale. These will range in size from 3" tall to one super large one over 14" tall. :) Yet another fabulous way to bring a little green into your life....and you don't even need a green thumb!