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Easter Egg Shadowbox Kit!

Filed under Art Projects, Collage Sheets, Easter Egg Shadowbox Kit, Giveaways, Newsletters, Sale, Teri Calia

Note: most of the links on this post no longer work, as we moved to a new Web site in 2018. However, you can see the supply list items from Teri’s project that are still available on the new site.

Almost Spring! Well… it was feeling like Spring a couple weeks ago. All the trees started to bud and now we’re having a hail storm so I don’t think there’ll be many flowers on those trees this year.

But… Spring! And bulbs, chicks, rabbits, baby ducks… sounds like time for a new kit!

See that photo below of me holding one of FOUR new covers for the Mini Shadowboxes? That one I’m holding (the smallest one) is in the Easter Egg Shadowbox Kit!

That’s a little box (just 2″ x 3″) but perfect for a tiny shrine to a fuzzy Spring chick. (Note: there are some new fuzzy chicks below, but not included in the kit.)

The kit does includes some new 12mm eggs (cute), and tons of 6×6 papers in patterns (and florals and egg designs) — “tons” in this instance means 15. 12 of the sheets are from the new Cottontail 6×6 Paper Pad, so you’ll get all of the designs from that pad.

And new collage sheets! Teri Calia designed one called Happy Easter (with lots of options, from bunnies holding a banner (in 2 sizes) to baskets of violets for decorating your tiny shadowbox). And there are many photos below of ALL FOUR of the new shadowbox lids decorated by Teri (note: the same Easter-themed windows are cut from lids (box tops with sides… scalloped edges on the sides, too!) and covers (heavy, flat chipboard without sides).

Back to collage sheets: I designed one called Easter Banners, with banners to fit all four sizes of Mini Shadowboxes. Some banners have Easter greetings, some are left blank for your own text. It also includes tiny postcards that can be used as flags (or pennants) for making a hanging banner.

More info about the new kit is on the Easter Egg Shadowbox Kit page. And remember to scroll down to the Giveaway on this page for a chance to win a kit plus lots of extras! Plus between here and there, a big bunch of pretty coordinating trims!

Artwork! Wow! Teri must love Spring… she made FIVE shadowboxes! (Scroll down just a bit to see a wide photo of Teri’s Easter Celebration Boxes… she made 2 of the Small Bunny design, so she made 5 boxes).

One of the Small Bunny lids is also shown at left (and fits perfectly with those shutters)! That little chick pulling a ribbon, and the 2 bunnies on top are from the Happy Easter Collage Sheet. And the brown bunny, eggs, and basket are new today.

I love the sweet, little pennant banner. It looks appropriately casual, with the ends of the baker’s twine left hanging. The little flags are cut from a mix of the papers in the kit, and the new Jubilee 6×6 Paper Pad.

More info and photos in Teri’s blog post, and here’s a link to see all her supplies.


Ending TOMORROW: Slide Glass & Mailer FREE Gift Kit and Game Pieces/Misc. Sale

Everything in the Game Pieces and Miscellaneous Section is on sale for 25% off — the sale ends MONDAY night, March 5th. (That includes the glass slides and the slide mailers, plus tons of odds and ends from jingle bells to alphabet beads. Over 100 items!)

And a Slide Glass & Mailer FREE Gift Kit!! All orders over $20.00 (before tax or shipping) now through Monday night (March 5, 2018) will receive this special gift:
– one of the Slide Mailers – for 1 Slide (a single slide mailer — the sets for sale include 2 per package), plus:
– a Glass Microscope Slide (just one… shipped in the little niche in the slide mailer)
AND a special mini collage sheet (with 7 images that fit the glass slides). There are lots of collage sheets with images sized for the microscope slides and I’ve picked out a few for this free sheet!

Enough goodies to make a little slide mailer project like the Cinderella one featured on the Slide Mailers page! And check out Thursday’s newsletter for what all these slides & slide mailers are about!


Hooray for the Easter Egg Shadowbox Kit Giveaway

Before I explain what’s in today’s Giveaway… I must point out the ridiculously cute tree Teri put inside that Chocolate Bunny Shadowbox at right! Not only is that one of the new Silly Pink Bunny Rabbits peeking out from behind the tree, but Teri made a tiny Easter basket complete with tiny grass and colored eggs to put on top of the tree!

Ok… back to this Giveaway: Beside one of the Easter Egg Shadowbox Kits (that includes TEN items all by itself!), this Giveaway also includes:

ALL FOUR of the Easter Covers for Mini Shadowboxes (so you’ll get 3 more, beside the 1 that’s in the kit)
ALL FOUR of the Mini Shadowboxes! (Ditto about getting 3 more sizes, beside the 1 already coming in the kit.)

A few more items from Teri’s supply list:
– A set of the Silly Pink Bunny Rabbits
– A Miniature Brown Bunny Rabbit
– A Miniature Wicker Basket
– A White Dresden Border Sampler Set

To enter the Easter Egg Shadowbox Kit Giveaway drawing all you have to do is leave a comment BELOW on this blog post TODAY or TOMORROW (the deadline is 11:59 pm PST, Monday Night, March 5, 2018).

AND tell me: How will you decorate your Mini Shadowboxes? (all FOUR of them)

Don’t forget to leave your (hello! correct) email address, too, so I can contact the winner; your email address does not need to be made public. Note: I’m offering free shipping, too, but only within the USA. International shipping will still apply.

Please be patient! Spammers try to post crap here a lot so comments are moderated. So if you don’t see your post in the comments section, be patient and check back in a few hours before re-posting it, please!

After midnight, I’ll randomly pick the winner (via

Hey, who won the Tiny Accordion Fold Book Giveaway from Thursday’s newsletter? That would be Vera Collier! Congrats! Check your email for info.

AND, who won Laura’s Fancy Pastry Display Case Giveaway also announced in Thursday’s newsletter? That would be Vickie Trancho! Congrats! And thanks again to Laura Carson for offering one of her glass cases!

Posted by Leslie, March 4th, 2018

62 responses to “Easter Egg Shadowbox Kit!”

  1. Adrienne Mattioli says:

    I would make the four boxes very similar to what is shown. I love those peek-a-boo Easter eggs I used to get every year, where I could look inside them through a hole in the front and see another little world.

  2. would love to make an Easter egg shadow box with bunnies in it

  3. Denise Bryant says:

    These would be so fun to decorate! I love the chocolate bunny one! I’d make mini Easter goodie boxes with two of them and fill them with little candies for my daughter and her boyfriend. The other two I’d make with Easter scenes to use as decorations in my house. I love Teri’s Easter tree scene!

  4. Phoebe Diamond says:

    Oh those pink bunnies would go wonderfully with my Easter Bunny figures from Preiser.

  5. Winnie says:

    Very cute! I would love to make all of these!

  6. Diana Bittaker says:

    So love all of the shadow boxes- fist off I would put chicks in the rabbit boxes and rabbits in the chick and egg boxes just to mix it up! Definitely little papae tulips and daffodils s in background with lots of little hidden eggs to hunt for and an empty basket!

  7. Charlene says:

    How sweet! I’d put chicks in one, ducks in another, eggs in another and bun rabbits in another. Chocolate candies in all four of course. Thanks

  8. Kathy W says:

    Oh, my gosh. Those tiny yellow chicks and those laughing pink bunnies are too cute for words.

  9. Debra Young says:

    These Easter/spring shadowboxes are so cute. Would enjoy making something similar.

  10. Jo says:

    Love the shadow boxes with bunnies! The silly pink bunnies are adorable! Great Easter ideas!

  11. Kat says:

    These are adorable !! Would make Easter ones!!!

  12. KIM says:

    I’ve been wondering what to make for Easter .
    These shadow boxes are toooooo cute!
    Alpha Stamps newsletter always has great ideas.

  13. Andrea Pretlow says:

    I have some,little yellow baby chicks and little eggs, so I would incorporate those into the shadow box scenes!

  14. Kathryn Nowosielski says:

    OOOOO!!! My studio is in full Easter chaos and your giveaway items would be wonderful! I was looking for mini bunnies and the printed sheets are wonderful, especially the banners.

  15. Emily Dale says:

    Very cute shadow boxes. I’d put a monster rabbit in front of the cute cutout, etc.

  16. Carla says:

    Love the Easter theme! So ready for spring! I would make the boxes very springy pretty much as shown

  17. Margaret D says:

    Sweet! I would definitely have an Easter tree box. I would also have a garden/bird box and a bunny box and I am sure a faery would sneak into at least one of them lol!

  18. Jaimi Bailey says:

    I would try to recreate just about everything as shown, with very few changes because they are all just perfect!

  19. Pauline says:

    The ideas are making my head spin so many ideas…bring Spring ON

  20. Karen says:

    EASTER EASTER ready to get those bunnies hopping

  21. Barb macaskill says:

    Congratulations to the winners! Enjoy your goodies!
    I would decorate these shadowboxes as if telling a story that will start with the biggest box and end with the smallest! They are so adorable and I would love to play with them! TFS!

  22. Dianna says:

    I would decorate the Mini Shadowboxes for Easter. I love Teri’s idea on how to make the depth of the box deeper to fit miniatures.

  23. Rebecca R. says:

    I would make a fairy easter display! Thanks again for such fun giveaways! God Bless!

  24. Traci says:

    The cute little bunny shadow box is so cute-I would make a Easter themed box. >^..^<

  25. Nancy O says:

    How fun. Would use Terri’s examples as ideas to create my own Easter themed shadowboxes.

  26. Jan K says:

    I would make little easter gifts for my family using the wonderful treats in your newletter!

  27. Jennifer J says:

    Oooh I want to make a bird and spring themed shadow box! The ones pictured are oh so cute.

  28. Jennifer Krantz says:

    Loving the pastel colors, bring in spring!
    I think I would keep all four boxes pretty traditional…

  29. Laura callies says:

    I would make all four into easter themes with lots of layers and lots of soft fuzzy textures. I think the distress oxide inks would make a great addition to the project as well.

  30. Debi H. says:

    Absolutely adore this idea! So ready for Spring and to do some fun Easter crafting! 🐥🐰🌷

  31. fran says:

    This month will be my first kit since signing up for yearly subscription and I would love to win the goodies to help embellish my kit.

  32. Ann Pierce says:

    I have been collecting and making tiny Easter things for several years now. These would be the perfect displays for all of them in happy little scenes!

  33. Lorin S. says:

    Ooh! These are too cute! I love bunnies and am so ready for spring and all things spring!

  34. Karen Mallory says:

    Such a cute giveaway. I would make them all spring themed, Then give one to each of daughters and one to sister in law that has Easter at her house!

  35. Nancy E says:

    I love these!

  36. Kimberly says:

    I would have to do a pastel theme, because what screams Easter, but light pink, blue, green and yellow. Always love fuzzy yellow chicks too!

  37. I love these tiny shadow boxes. I’d use the supplies to craft ones of my own as gifts for friends. Adorable!

  38. I def have to include a mini-banner. Too cute!

  39. Amy says:

    my favorite holiday to decorate for! got to be chickens and eggs and baskets! oh my!

  40. I love it! Would make a vintage scene with the adorable bunnies!!!

  41. Easter! Such a sweet day. Bunnies and chicks and lambs and flowers. Love all of this!

  42. Jean Marmo says:

    I am in love with these!! As it turns out my granddaughter’s first birthday is on Easter this year so we will have twice the celebration!!

  43. Malinda J. says:

    Oh, my gosh! I love this kit! We just moved into a new apartment that could really use some spring/Easter decorations. I love Teri’s designs, and would probably take a lot of inspiration from her creations, probably adding some more bunnies and chicks to the boxes. (Can one ever have too many bunnies or chicks?) These would be perfect hanging–or on tiny shelves–between the living and dining areas in our apartment. <3

  44. Kim Lucak says:

    Cute bunnies and shadowboxes, sweet pastels….love Easter!!!

  45. Jeri says:

    I would make the egg with a vintage scene inside.

  46. Judy Goodwin says:

    What a darling Easter surprise this would make. I just love it.

  47. Nadine says:

    I’d love to make an Easter box!

  48. Mary Mac says:

    Love the idea of a Chocolate bunny Shadow Box.

  49. Debbie S. says:

    Congrats Vickie! I love all the springiness!! We just had a snow storm Friday and the schools were closed in Erie, PA. So ready for spring! I would love to do some of the same sort of Easter shadowboxes. I have some pastel fuzzy chicks somewhere that would look so cute in a few and I ordered the carrot card stock and the little white bunny that would go nicely as well. Thanks for the inspiration and chance to win.

  50. Tara Hoke says:

    Love these mini shadow boxes! Can’t wait to make one!

  51. Anne W says:

    Ooh, I would make some retro scenes using bunnies,chicks,lambs and little duckies. Pastels and flowers everywhere!

  52. Elizabeth H> says:

    I would make some Easter scenes.

  53. Elizabeth H. says:

    I would make Easter scenes.

  54. Sylvia L says:

    The shadow boxes are beautiful. I would do some Easter boxes, plus one with just violets, because I love them and they’re a harbinger of Spring.

  55. Michelle G says:

    I would decorate with all things easter, chicks, eggs, and bunnies!

  56. K Toews says:

    I would use a chocolate theme.

  57. Angela Cook says:

    The mini Easter shadow boxes are great the way they are and I would make them as is.
    The baby chicks, bunnies and ducks so cute! Can’t wait to make one!

  58. Barb A says:

    Sweet & sweeter! The shadow boxes are wonderful. I can just picture 4 miniature Easter scenes in them…or flowery spring scenes…gardening scenes……country scenes with cute baby animals…so many possibilities.

  59. I love the one with the Easter tree! I want it!

  60. Anne says:

    I think i would do the Easter boxes similar to the ones shown on the blog. Very fun welcome to Spring.

  61. Leah Fein says:

    I would decorate each of the four as a different season, Summer, Spring, Winter and Fall. THANKS!

  62. wilczek lori says:

    I like to make little easter gifts for some friends and family. The shadow box idea would be perfect, using vintage easter images as my theme.