Like the Large and Small Frame Shadowboxes, this is a heavy chipboard shadowbox made to fit the back of a wooden picture frame (both parts are included).
Hint: remove the metal hardware on the back of the frame so the shadowbox can be glued flat to the back of the wooden frame.
And a further hint from Teri Calia: if you use the glass that came with the frame, use sticky-back velcro to attach the shadowbox to the wooden frame, so you can get into your scene in the future. See Teri's post using the smaller version for a how-to.
The inside shadowbox is approx. 4-5/8" x 6-5/8" and 3" deep. You can use the shadowbox tall or wide orientation.
Note: Items cut from this heavy, light-grey chipboard burn easily so the laser-cutting process may leave charcoal residue behind. Save yourself a headache, and just wipe the cut edges of these items down with a dry paper towel before assembling or painting.
Set of 2 pieces (wooden picture frame and flat chipboard kit to build the shadowbox).
Design Team Member Rhonda Secrist Thomas made Positively Do Not Open (see the wide photo below). More info in the blog and/or see the supply list.