National Parks Blog Hop

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OK...at least once year I  proclaim "This is my favorite kit of ALL time!" However, "THIS IS MY FAVORITE KIT OF ALL TIME!" :)  Many of you know that I love to vacation.  It's right up there on my to-do list with drinking wine.  I squealed with delight when National Parks showed up on my doorstep.


When we travel I like to collect maps, ticket stubs, patches and local currency.  Sometimes they make it into the scrapbook and sometimes the colors don't work well with my photos. I was thinking shadow box frames for tickets and such, but they were all so very boring and plain.  I could totally make one, I said to myself.  

I sort of winged this project. It's a twist on the Stationer's Box retreat project from 2013.  


I used a 12x12 printed sheet from the National Parks Collection, scored it at 1" and 2" on all four sides and cut out a square center piece for the window.


Next I cut out tabs (according to the instructions for the box project) to make folding the score lines easier in creating the "lid".  I also cut out a slot on the top to be able to add my memorabilia.

  
I then printed out a quote from London Calling Digital Kit onto acetate to create my window pane. 



To create the back part of my box I painted chipboard black and adhered them with Bookbinding Glue to an 8x8 piece of chipboard covered in the same print as the lid. I only did two sides and the bottom, leaving the top open to add items through the slit I created in the lid.


I then adhered the lid to the base with bookbinding glue.  I LOVE IT!


Now to fill it up.


Hope you enjoyed this fun project.  It's now sitting on my desk in my studio.  I give it a shake every once in awhile to see what other goodies are hidden.

Please continue on to see what Roni has created at Ink Stains.

Comments

  1. This is such a neat project. Thanks Lisa.

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  2. Great project, Lisa! I never know what to do with those things, I always have high hopes but they never seem to go anywhere.

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  3. Printing on acetate...BRILLIANT! I have boxes and baggies with all my bits and pieces from trips that I can't seem to throw away, what a great way to store them!

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  4. OH, my gosh! That is so awesome, Lisa! And look at all of the adventures you've had . . . like, the Packers.

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  5. What a fantastic idea. It's a brilliant adaptation of the Stationer's Box. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, prepare for some heavy-duty flattering, girl!

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  6. Love it, wonderful idea and it came out great!

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  7. that a great idea for displaying those little bits we can't part with. Great job!

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  8. Beautiful idea for all those little goodies we collect. Have a great day!

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  9. Lisa, what a fantastic idea! Ilove the result and I can see many ways to use it.
    Thanks for your inspiration.

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  10. That is such a wonderful Idea!!! Love it!!

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  11. What fun! I love that idea and the sentiment fits perfectly! TFS!!

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  12. Here's my list! What a perfect project. I have to make one as I have such a long list. Thanks for the inspiration!

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