Filling Shadow Boxes

Nov 14th

Organize many unique collection of you in a nice decorative Shadow boxes which are very nice and fascinating also to add beauty into the room entirely. When you have a hobby to collect many stuffs,  you can set a Shadow boxes  as a good storage to store your items in good storage to avoid mussy view in your room. Typical items include photographs, medals, paintings, prints, memorabilia, awards, certification and other objects that have sentimental value. Purchase a shadow box from a retail store or build one yourself if you are good with wood work. Make sure the box is big and strong to withstand the objects. Open your shadow box and sorts the objects in the backup. Many shadow boxes need to be unscrewed from above or below the frame or have hooks at the rear. Place large objects first and then surround them with smaller objects.

Shadow Boxes Art
Shadow Boxes Art

Secure your objects to the back of the shadow boxes, starting with the largest objects. Use pins and safety pins to add objects like medals. Paste pictures on the back with a stick acid free glue or tape double sided acid free. Uses for self-adhesive heavy objects. Sewing consider any cloth object to support it. For backup as often as possible to ensure that objects are properly aligned and supportive enough.

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Slide the back firmly closes shadow boxes, screwed or close it and wrap as a gift. When it reaches its final location, set it to the wall with a hammer and nail.