stamperia provence project

It’s mixed media Tuesday and today I am back with a shadow box. It’s an easy project to create if you follow along and you don’t need many supplies. It provides great inspiration also to create something similar with any scrapbook collection that you love. Just watch the video to find out how!

video tutorial

You can enjoy the video below or at my YouTube channel

close-up photos

I created my shadow box inside a wooden panel but you can create something similar on the back of a normal canvas.

I mainly used papers and cut out pieces from the Provence collection by Stamperia (please find links below the photos).

shadow box supplies

Below you can find a list of all the products used today. Links to multiple online shops are available, just click the logo below each item. Affiliate links used where possible at no extra cost to you.

Stamperia Provence Collection 12″ x…
[ JGG | SSS ]
Stamperia Provence Collection 8″ x 8″…
[ JGG | ACH ]
8×8 Wood Panels (thicker frame)
[ ARTZ ]
Provence Allegro Paint Kit – Stamperia
[ ACH ]
Romantic Garden House Allegro Paint…
[ ACH ]
Archival Ink Pad – Jet Black
[ SBC | SSS ]
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad…
[ SSS ]
WHITE Gelly Roll Pens Set of 3
[ SSS | SBC ]
Cutter Bee Scissors
[ ACH | SSS ]
Tim Holtz – Non-Stick Scissors – 9.5…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Tim Holtz paper trimmer
[ SBC | SSS ]
Tim Holtz – Glass Media Mat
[ SBC | SSS ]

more shadow box inspiration

Would you like some more inspiration in shadow boxes? Here are a few I created a while back!

Shadow box – Tropical Vibes

Mixed media shadow box – Spring

mixed media shadow box | Resin & Molds, die cuts, ephemera and more!

Mixed Media Canvas – Steampunk Train


  1. Love the soft violets in that paper pack! All the images are so lovely, I don’t think I could bring myself to cut them.

    We had a wet snowfall on Easter Sunday, so I’m hoping your project makes spring come to us 🙂

  2. So … so pretty! Love the lavender. How genius to use cardboard to pop up elements! I will definitely be trying that out. It seems it would be sturdier that craft foam and give more lift. Perfect for a deep shadow box. Usually I use small, inexpensive wood blocks, but I can’t find them in the craft store any longer and am running out of the ones in my stash. Now I can rest easy again because there’s an alternative!!!! Yes, definitely, I love your shadow box and/or canvas projects. Your videos on this type of project really helped inspire and motivate me to move beyond card making; the projects are so much fun; and the ones I have made and kept make a great touch around the home. Thank you, Vicky.

  3. Oh my goodness that shadow box is beautiful. I love the elements you get from that paper pack, the pitcher and watering can are so pretty! I watch and save all of your videos so more shadow box videos are fine with me! Thank you Vicky!

  4. Stunning shadow box Vicky, totalle love it and I won’t mind it at all if you do more often a shadow box.
    Stamperia has such beautiful paper collections.
    Thank you so much for sharing this inspiration, stay safe and have a wonderful day.

    I have a question about your reverse tweezers I had hoped that it was on your supply list but it wasn’t. Can you tell me the brand of the tweezers, this one has such a nice point. Thank you so much in advance.

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