Last year, my family had the pleasure of being able to see one of the fabulous travelling exhibits from the Titanic. It was fascinating to see some of the items that have been salvaged, but eerie to think that some of the items belonged to people who were lost that tragic day. Due to the condition of those items and in trying to preserve them there was no photography allowed in the exhibit. I was, however, able to take pictures of some of the advertisements for it that were put up around the museum so I took these photos to remember our day by. One is of a mural that was painted on the wall and the other is the stairs that led up to the entrance of the exhibit that had been decorated like you were boarding the ship.
This month The Robin's Nest Design Team partnered with McGuffey Woodworking in using this great 6 opening wood tray and I had the idea to make a shadow box from the momentos we had from the exhibit.
After painting the entire tray, I used a sheet of the Seashore paper from The Robin's Nest cut into 6 pieces which measured the size of each tray section and added the smaller photos inside. I glued a small piece of the Brown Fish Net to the top of one section after cutting it to give it a tattered look. I used the Water Logged Rub On to add the waves, the seashell on the left photo and the compass. Then, I glued the dew drops on the center of the compass, on the shelves where the sections meet and to the corners of the boarding pass (which was my ticket into the museum that I made a smaller copy of for my project) on the right side using the Winter Retreat Dew Drops which matched the colors of my shadow box. I glued some small shells that I had purchased from the museum gift shop as another momento of the day.
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