Just a quick post today. This idea has been on the back burner for a couple of months now. Last evening, I spent a couple of hours trying to finish it up -- and get ready for a trial cut on Sizzix' eclips2.
I used eCal2 to create the layers in my shadow frame -- however, the fence and the sunflower were purchased from the eShape store.
Once the layers were cut, I used the eBrush and some Spectrum Noir markers to add some quick color. While some of the layered pieces could have been cut using colored paper, I like the look that the eBrush gives to the paper and it's so much quicker than some other methods available to crafters.
I think for the next version, I'll change the sizing to make it more compatible with a ready-made shadowbox frame. I also think this idea would work well with Dreaming Tree's Halloween Paperscape Box Cards, found here.
Supplies: White cardstock (stash), Spectrum Noir markers, eBrush, eclips2 and eCal2. White Line tape and Tombow Mono glue were used for this project