Turnip-lover, Ralu G., shared this incredible photo of the shadow-box she made with our Valentines Heart-Shaped Wreath recently.
“It turned out very nicely, as you can see from the photo. So, I recommend the item to other Cricut users that might be interested in it.”
Thanks Ralu for the update! 🙂
Before using my SVG wreaths, Ralu asked me whether they could be used on Cricut.
Or to make shadow-boxes.
I’ve long lost track of all the different types of machines my art can be used on…
… and the different types of projects they can be used for…
… and don’t even mention all the newer models that keep coming out year after year.
Just thinking about it gives me a headache.
( I’m so sleep-deprived today. But the headache makes it worse. 😛 )
Long story short:
Most of the time, I’ll have no clue.
About whether it could work or what it’ll do for you
But hey… why don’t you just try it out…
…because that’s what adventure’s all about.
And while it might turn out not-so-nice…
MOST of the time it’ll come out… way COOLER than ice!
And you can always use it for something else. If it doesn’t work out anyway…
I went on a cross-country trip yesterday. With my hubby.
We were traveling until the wee hours of the night. Before we finally got back to Noble Bunny Manor.
On the trip…
We stopped by this amazing restaurant.
I ordered the Vegetable Cutlet.
And I was blown away. Because the cutlet was made of …
It was shaped like a leaf. Baked to the perfect color and texture. And when I bit into it, the combination of veges oozing into my mouth was astounding.
I never knew you could turn potatoes + veges into…
… something SO incredible!
Moral of the story?
Like potatoes, you can turn my wreaths into almost anything. But the limit is your imagination. You can even use my Valentines Wreath to “bake” a shadowbox for Mother’s Day. Why not?
Try out something new for a change…
You never know what’ll come out of the oven…
Here’s your ingredients:
Aurelia “Too Tired To Box” Nobleia