Hello, Little Birdie Crafters! Succulents are all the rage in the gardening world right now. Luckily for us, Little Birdie Crafts has created gorgeous succulent flowers that we can use to create charming indoor gardens that never need to be watered! In today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you how to transform a very plain shadowbox into a cool, refreshing succulent garden that you can enjoy all year round!!
I’ve had this 6″ x 6″ shadow box in my stash forever, but could never quite figure out what to do with it. But when I received these darling Mini Succulents in my design team box, I knew exactly what to do!
I’ve altered the shadow box with Little Birdie Chalk Paints and Embossing Paste. Papers from Succulent Garden and Texture Brew Packs provided lots of wonderful layers and fussy cut elements.
The crowning touch is these gorgeous Little Birdie Crafts Flowers and chipboard elements. I’ve prepared a video tutorial so we can build this lovely little shadow box together. I hope you enjoy!
Thanks so much for joining me here today! Wishing each one of you lots of joy as you create beautiful things!
Supplies used from Little Birdie:
- Succulent Garden 12×12 Paper Collection
- Texture Brew 12×12 Paper Collection
- Sand Stone Chalk Paint
- Wild Moss Chalk Paint
- Berry Bliss Embossing Texture Paste
- Sisal Fibre
- Succulent Shelf Colour/6pcs
- Bernice Purple/12 pcs (CR72658)
- Fiona Mulberry/27pcs
- Primed Chipboard Leaf Scroll