Paper House Productions: Shadow Box House featuring the Marbleous Paper Pad

Hello Everyone!

Today I am sharing my very first DIY project as a new member of the Paper House Productions Design Team!

Before I talk about my project, I wanted to briefly say that as a member of the design team I do get free products to create awesome DIY projects. More specifically, Paper House Productions is sponsoring this post. With that being said, as a member of their design team, my projects will appear on the Paper House Productions blog instead of mine own. However, I will write these types of posts to keep you guys up-to-date about what is going on!

Now that we have all of that out of the way, let's get back to the project!

The project that I made for Paper House Productions is a Shadow Box House featuring The Marbleous  Paper Pad! This shadow box house is so easy to recreate because I made the tutorial only 3 steps. I tried my best to create a DIY which focused on you decorating the shadow box house (which is the fun part) versus you putting the whole thing together. To make this happen and to make the decorating part easier, I used two Paper House products.

The first product that I used (as you can see by the title) is the Marbleous Paper Pad. If you are a fan of that marble look, then you need to get the Marbleous Paper Pad! This paper pad has 48 different sheets of marbled paper which ranges from your traditional gray/black marble to hot pink mixed with blue. When I saw the paper pad I instantly knew that I wanted to use it in a project. So, my first thought was to use it as some sort of background.

The second product that I used was the Life Organized Embrace Today Puffy Stickers. These puffy stickers were originally designed for planners but I thought it would be cute to use them to decorate each individual section of the shadow box. This is because the puffy stickers were the perfect size and included cute little phrases like ''love this'' in the packet.

After completing the shadow box house, I really liked the white base with the pops of marble colored paper. Also, I thought the puffy stickers helped to frame each item in the shadow box and helped to draw more attention to each individual item. 

To get the full DIY on how to make your own Shadow Box House and to learn more about the supplies that I used in the project, click here!

xo Katie

p.s Paper House Productions was nice enough to give my readers a coupon code for there amazing products! So, use the coupon code PH18KATIE at checkout, to get 15% off your Paper House Productions order!

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