This is what the dies actually look like.
S4-980 Shadowbox Frame with 3/4 Border
S5-391 Lisette Oval Shadowbox Frame
S4-984 Shadowbox Ribbon Threader
S4-982 Cinch and Go IV
S4-986 Filigree Shadowbox Easel and Pocket
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The feature I like best about the Shadowbox Frame dies is that they can make any size frame that there's paper big enough! My frame is 5¾ʺ x 7ʺ, a size I chose to fit the oval. My other project is about 5 x 6ʺ. Shadowbox Frame with 3/4" Border die makes a 3/4ʺ wide face to the frame.
My Framed Oval Enjoy features ovals cut with Lisette Oval Shadowbox Frame around the verse. I've popped up the layers with 3D Foam Squares – White Mix stacked double behind large oval. The cool thing about the smaller oval is that the "spokes" are off set so if second oval is rotated 180 degrees the spokes show through. That's why the gold shows through so evenly! I fussy cut the oval with the verse from a spoked oval. It wasn't hard. I used an emery board to even any rough edges. All the coloring of the ovals and flowers was done with Distress Oxide inks Stormy Sky and Victorian Velvet over Kraft color paper. The little flowers were made with new Cinch and Go IV dies. Around the face of the frame I've added pieces cut with Shadowbox Ribbon Threader - not just for threading ribbon! If you peak into the inside corners you'll see a swirly design piece that was cut with a die from Shadowbox Ribbon Threader. I used the same die to cut the pieces on frame corners and trimmed them to fit. Finishing touches are little pearls, white pearl cotton loops and gold stick pin.
On the back, I made an easel cut from cardstock with Filigree Shadowbox Frame Easel and Pocket die. I simply used the outer edge die for a plain easel. It's fastened with Home and Hobby Premium Double-Sided Tape ½ʺ Permanent