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Sea Treasures in a Shadow Box

Which shadow box do you prefer?

shadow box with shells
You can create a shadow box display with your sea treasures like Jenny from One Thing who used an old typesetters drawer.


shadow box poster
Or you can fool the eye and hang a poster of a shadow box instead! Which do you prefer?


Fake or real, take these Shadow Box Ideas as an inspiration to display your own sea treasures neatly and organized! Poster via Art.com.
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11 comments:

Alison Gibbs said...

Fabulous shadow boxes full of beach treasures.
Alison

Juju from Tales of Whimsy said...

O
I love the first one.
You've given me a splendid idea.
I am always collecting stones, rocks, and shells from my travels. What a great way to display them.

Drawn to The Sea said...

Posters? Really? How fun, & less dusting :-)
Happiness,
~Julia

Tina said...

This is a great idea for my beach cottage bedroom makeover.
T

sealaura said...

so cute and so simple. i think i need to put one of these in my office at work.

Jenni said...

How flattered I am! Love the posters, too (and your site)...it is quite true, a poster would mean less dusting, and less treasures coming unglued and falling to the floor...grr...

Beach Vintage said...

I have a huge shadow box which is slowly getting filled. It takes forever to find the right pieces!

Pam Kersting said...

I've seen other printer box displays, but I prefer the last two options with the white box. Hmmmm - wonder where I could get a box like that?

Kelly said...

Those last two are posters?! WOW!!! They look so real!!

Jenny's shell display in the typesetter's drawer is great. It does require more dusting than a poster, but it's fun to pull a collection of memories together to create a personal piece of art :-)

Kelly

julie Haymaker thompson said...

OMG simply gorgeous

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

I have one of those compartment CD holders that were popular at Pottery Barn years ago for CDs. I'm kind of growing tired of seeing all of my CDs out and about (but I'm still a touchy-feely girl who can't go all digital :-)...so I'd love to do something like this with the CD holder. Fun!