At the end of the last school year, a co-worker retired. We have a small department and so we celebrated her retirement with a small party including cake, punch, and gifts! This is the shadow box frame I made for the sentimental portion of her gift:
We had just gotten together earlier in the month for another retirement so I took the opportunity to get us together for a photo, knowing that I would be needing it for this!
I had already closed the shadow box and was ready for wrapping so I'm sorry about the glass glare! I took pages from Old Yeller to use one in the background and another to make this flower. I then used two cuts from Ornamental Iron to give the center a little color. I used hemp twine and a button to finish it off.
In the bottom corner I used two ribbons from Michael's to add that "school" flavor. I also used a Melody Ross tag to journal that we would miss her!
The top corner has an epoxy sticker from JoAnns and a cut from Ornamental Iron.
This was like doing a scrapbook page in a frame so I really enjoyed making it! It was well received too! :)
A very sweet gift, how wonderful of you!ReplyDelete
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