Make sure guests, delivery workers and your neighbors know they have the correct house this winter with a beautiful way to showcase your family name. This shadowbox screams winter solstice with a sprig of faux holly berries in a delicate red, white and green color palette. Hang this initial door decoration on your door or stand it up on your mantelpiece this Christmas. The white finish of our Finnegan frame plays up the country style which adds to the perfect amount of texture to this seasonal farmhouse design. Follow our tutorial and learn how to add adhesive vinyl, a beautiful ribbon and faux seasonal accents to set the mood for this festive feature.
- 8 x 10” Finnegan Frame
- Red adhesive vinyl
- Faux holly and berries
- Faux snowball filler
- Transfer Tape
- Hot Glue Gun
Cut your adhesive vinyl design using an X-Acto knife or cutting machine. Use a weeding tool to remove all parts of the vinyl which are not part of the final design. We chose a large initial and the family name inside for this personalized piece of door décor.
Remove the backing of the shadowbox and fill the inside with the faux snowball filler. Replace the backing and flip over.
Use transfer tape and a scraper on top of the weeded vinyl design. Peel this transfer tape and apply it over the center of the shadow box. Use the scraper again to smooth it out onto the acrylic front.
Use hot glue to adhere festive accents to the front corners of your shadowbox.
Turn the decorated shadowbox over and attach the security hangers onto the back of the shadowbox using the four provided screws.
Thread a thick, red ribbon through the rings and tie a knot at each end to secure.
Use a wreath hanger to display your winter shadow box on your front door.
This festive piece of décor in the Finnegan shadow box will welcome holiday cards, carolers and out of town guests this holiday season.
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|Tara Nehil is author of SpotOfTeaDesigns.com, a lifestyle blog sharing home décor, crafts, party inspiration and parenting lessons learned the hard way. Her graphic design background is evident in the home she lives in and styles with her husband of 8 years and 2 young daughters. Follow her creative journey for photo tutorials, printables, budget-friendly decorating tips and ways to celebrate occasions big and small.|