Black Cabinet of Curiosities

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$3.50

This print & fold kit includes doors that open and close, and a variety of oddities to decorate the shelves.

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This spooky print & fold kit includes dark doors that open and close, and a variety of oddities to decorate your mini cabinet of curiosities.

YOU GET:
3 versions of the cabinet: one black, one dark wood, one brighter wood
1 Full sheet of objects to decorate your shelves
1 Page of extra ideas and curiosities to use on the shelves (bottles, skulls, butterflies, shells, etc.)
1 BONUS GIFT

6 JPG image files (including the bonus).
8.5″ x 11″ at 182 PPI.

 

 

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Patricia Moore

I had a lot of fun with this project. I enlarged the cabinet and lightened it a bit. To the bottles I added glossy accents. I added a little glossy accents to the edge of the painting frames to build them up and added gilding wax. Double printed the cabinet, cut it out and mounted it to some cardboard with plastic in between for "glass" on the door. I added my own jar with mushrooms for my daughter that has a real, similar cabinet with mushrooms and other things she has collected. After making it I thought about how to present it and came up with this easel stand.

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Patricia Moore

I had a lot of fun with this project. I enlarged the cabinet and lightened it a bit. To the bottles I added glossy accents. I added a little glossy accents to the edge of the painting frames to build them up and added gilding wax. Double printed the cabinet, cut it out and mounted it to some cardboard with plastic in between for "glass" on the door. I added my own jar with mushrooms for my daughter that has a real, similar cabinet with mushrooms and other things she has collected. After making it I thought about how to present it and came up with this easel stand.

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Image #3 from Patricia Moore

Patricia Moore

I had a lot of fun with this project. I enlarged the cabinet and lightened it a bit. To the bottles I added glossy accents. I added a little glossy accents to the edge of the painting frames to build them up and added gilding wax. Double printed the cabinet, cut it out and mounted it to some cardboard with plastic in between for "glass" on the door. I added my own jar with mushrooms for my daughter that has a real, similar cabinet with mushrooms and other things she has collected. After making it I thought about how to present it and came up with this easel stand.

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Image #4 from Patricia Moore

Patricia Moore

I had a lot of fun with this project. I enlarged the cabinet and lightened it a bit. To the bottles I added glossy accents. I added a little glossy accents to the edge of the painting frames to build them up and added gilding wax. Double printed the cabinet, cut it out and mounted it to some cardboard with plastic in between for "glass" on the door. I added my own jar with mushrooms for my daughter that has a real, similar cabinet with mushrooms and other things she has collected. After making it I thought about how to present it and came up with this easel stand.

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Image #1 from Patricia Moore
Image #2 from Patricia Moore
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Image #4 from Patricia Moore
  1. I had a lot of fun with this project. I enlarged the cabinet and lightened it a bit. To the bottles I added glossy accents. I added a little glossy accents to the edge of the painting frames to build them up and added gilding wax. Double printed the cabinet, cut it out and mounted it to some cardboard with plastic in between for “glass” on the door. I added my own jar with mushrooms for my daughter that has a real, similar cabinet with mushrooms and other things she has collected. After making it I thought about how to present it and came up with this easel stand.

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