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New Cemetery Shadowbox Kit, Wrought Iron & Artwork!

Filed under Cemetery Shadowbox Kit, Collage Sheets, Giveaways, Halloween, Rhonda Secrist Thomas

Before I show off the new kit (and fab new artwork!): a reminder that the Halloween Collage Sheet SALE continues through tomorrow night, September 6th at midnight PST.

30% off on EVERYTHING in this collection! Tons of options… over 180!

Cemetery Shadowbox Kit

Oh… I love the deep colors in this kit (and new An Undiscovered Magical World Papers, 3 of which are in the kit)… and the imagery, too!

See the 3 A4-size papers below (that are in the kit): between the dark mystical/cemetery images and 1 sheet having ATC-size images, I decided to make a new Wrought Iron Facade as the front for the existing Shadowbox to cover both bases (yes, both of those items are also in the kit — and see below, as Design Team Member Rhonda Thomas made fun/spooky/colorful artwork including ATCs and this kit)!

This kit also includes TWO collage sheets (both on sale if you catch ’em quick):
Cemetery Tombstone Silhouettes
New Cemetery Signage & ATCs Collage Sheet
Six backgrounds, ready for you to add a bit of spice to make Halloween ATCs. And a big bunch of signs (from Sleepy Hollow Cemetery to Nevermore Asylum)!

Finally, a 1 Inch Black Acrylic Raven (back in stock!): perfect to perch on a tombstone.

Go see the new kit for more info and photos on all 8 kit items (plus related new items, new artwork and a Giveaway are below).

Children of the Night by Rhonda Thomas

Wow! Isn’t this fun?! Rhonda used the new Wrought Iron Gate for 3×4.5 Shadowbox that I designed to fit over the facade and shadowbox that are in the kit (and both in Rhonda’s project, too). I love how she highlighted all the left-side edges with a white gel pen to add some “pop”! (Check out 3 wide photos below, too.)

Here’s a bit of intro text from Rhonda’s blog post:

Once this gate opens, you will literally be taken to “An Undiscovered Magical World”. It is guarded by many frozen Charlottes from the past, a large Raven, and once you go inside, you will witness the Children of The Night. Do NOT look into their eyes!

It was nice to have a moment away, in a creepy yet wonderful place. And the whole thing came together so easily, which always makes for a special project. I started with a Mini 3×4.5 Shadowbox and knew that I wanted to add this new facade and wrought iron gate. A tad of plum-colored paint was all it needed.

My inspiration came from the new An Undiscovered Magical World papers that are available at Alpha Stamps. First I decided on what background I wanted for inside of the shadowbox. I also wanted to include the etched RIP Bat Headstone and Acrylic Raven. [Note: see the wide photo at the very bottom of this post for the inside of the shadowbox without any ATCs, so you can see the headstone and acrylic raven.] Since purple was the main color that I chose, I added different elements that went along with that theme including some Purple Crepe Ribbon, Purple Dresden Borders and Burgundy & Mauve Flowers.

Beautiful! See more details in Rhonda’s blog post (like all NINE ATCs!) and here’s her supply list for all those images and papers! (And come back to see more new items, plus a Giveaway that includes supplies from Rhonda/s artwork!)

More New Items!

Even more than the new things above and below so check here to see everything new today (12 items)!

Cemetery Shadowbox Kit Giveaway!

In addition to the new kit (!) I’m also including EVERYTHING in Rhonda’s Supply List!

That’s a ton of supplies! Here are a few I haven’t mentioned yet:
Eclectic Charm Frills Scrapbook Paper (with a pretty purple brocade pattern on the back)
Dolls in the Attic Collage Sheet (more creepy kids!)
– Those 2 etched RIP tombstones shown below (and shown on the inside and back of Rhonda’s shrine)!

Note: As there is a Cemetery Shadowbox Kit included in the Giveaway, any items that are part of the kit (and also listed separately in the supply list) will only be included once.

To enter the Cemetery 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, September 6, 2021).

And tell me: what will you make with these supplies?

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.

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Posted by Leslie, September 5th, 2021

34 responses to “New Cemetery Shadowbox Kit, Wrought Iron & Artwork!”

  1. Deenie H. says:

    Spooooky!! Love it!

  2. Maria B says:

    The ravens are wonderful. I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making a shadowbox, and I’ve saved some cicada wings to use for it.

  3. Lea says:

    OMG! Let the nightmares begin! Can’t wait to play with this new kit.

  4. Nancy says:

    Oh my, so Edgar Allen Poe!

  5. Karen young says:

    Love these spooky minis. Have some cigar boxes to decorate.

  6. Laural Lee-Wright says:

    I was thinking about a poison plant garden, like the one in England. Pop in a few ghosts and wah la.

  7. Chris K. says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a hidden objects scene.

  8. Cat says:

    I’m new to all of this. I think I’m addicted, lol. Wouldn’t know what I’m making until I started which is not always a good idea🤷‍♀️

  9. Jen R says:

    Amazingly haunting!

  10. M. C.Sparks says:

    Already bought some stuff…but would love more to play with!

  11. Cheryl Lee says:

    Love the purple, nicely done! I’d make something quite similar. Now I know what to do with those frozen Charlottes I have in my drawer!! lol

  12. Janet Turner says:

    So spooky! I love it.

  13. Kim R says:

    Ooh, I love old graveyards! Spooky, in a good way.

  14. Jackie says:

    absolutely fabulous; I love this project

  15. Karen Mallory says:

    Love these boxes. Love Halloween. I would make some kind of creepy shrine!

  16. lana says:

    It’s creepy and I like it.

  17. Kat C says:

    Love some Halloween 🎃

  18. Rebecca Disher says:

    I love this shadow box and all the creepy elements. It’s so perfect for Halloween. I would make a spooky scene and make ATC’S or an accordion ATC book to fit inside.

  19. Donna says:

    What a great way to get into the spirt. I see elements of Stephen King and Poe. Love it!

  20. Jo says:

    This is so cool! I love the purple and the ravens!! So Halloweeny!

  21. Barbara Griggs says:

    Oooh, lovely and perfect for the season!

  22. Marilyn says:

    Love the kit. Love the project. So many possibilities.

  23. Peggy Manning says:

    Wrought iron gate and tombstone have so many possibiilities— I need them

  24. Elizabeth says:

    Spookily cool. Good for decorating my dollhouse for the spooky season!

  25. Kathy Toews says:

    Great colors and images.

  26. Sylvia L says:

    I love old cemeteries, with the elegant wrought iron & beautiful statuary. I would make a cemetery shadow box. Not sure what I would put inside yet, but it will definitely have the wrought iron gate .

  27. Lynn Fox says:

    These colors are fabulous! I love making a cemetery shadow box!

  28. Lisa says:

    Spellbinding! Would love to use some items for my halloween dollhouse and some for my halloween faux cupcakes! Lots of great pieces to have on hand, possibilities are endless!

  29. Denise Bryant says:

    Love this! All things Halloween are favorites! I would make a fun Halloween shadow box scene!

  30. Sharon says:

    Love Halloween and anything that is creepy and spooky.

  31. Deb says:

    Love Halloween, love 3D, love this kit

  32. Laura says:

    The items have a bit of a New Orleans vibe. I might make a haunted French Quarter home.

  33. Carol Feiner says:

    Oooh, creepy! I’d love to do something with the wrought iron gate!

  34. Sally McNeal says:

    This “Children of the Night” shadow box is great. Those altered eyes of the children really creep me out. Rhonda’s ATC cards in the box have given me some wonderful ideas for my Halloween cards too!