Making Shadow Boxes and Shrines

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Quayside, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 127 pages
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Throughout history, human beings have kept physical reminders and mementos of loved ones, popular icons and significant life events. Shrines and shadow boxes - three-dimensional collages set into a box or housing - have become popular ways of collecting and displaying these meaningful objects as an artistic assemblage.

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Cano-Murillo is an entertainment reporter and crafts columnist for The Arizona Republic newspaper. She also designs online Chicano pop art.

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