Review-Configurations Print Tray Shadow Box by Tim Holtz Idea-ology

graves-002Today I would like to review for you the Configurations Print Tray Shadow Box by Tim Holtz Idea-ology. You can see here that I used this tray to feature pictures and mementos from my Cox great grandparents.

I really had a fun time creating this. Because it is made of paper, the boxes painted nicely, or they would look great left alone. They did soak up a lot of paint, so it took more paint than I thought.The thing I LOVE about this tray is the boxes can be reconfigured in several different arrangements. There are some sample configuration ideas that come with the instructions.

Tomorrow I am going to talk about the meanings of the individual boxes that I did.

The only cons some people might have is it is fairly shallow, but it was fine for what I wanted. Some Amazon reviewers complained there was not glass so they did not feel it was a “shadow box”. My only complaint is there is not a way to hang it. Here are some specific about this product.

  •  Configurations Print Tray Shadow Box measures 11.5 x 1 x 16.25-inch
  • An arrangement of compartments or elements of a framed box used to display treasured objects or findings
  • Completely customizable
  • Made of 100-Percent paper
  • By designer Tim Holtz Idea-ology

I hope you will have as much fun with this as I did. If any of you make one I would love to see it!

4 responses to “Review-Configurations Print Tray Shadow Box by Tim Holtz Idea-ology”

  1. Hey, Amanda.

    Great review and I really like the idea of this print tray shadow box, especially as you’re able to move the boxes around. This seems pretty cool and is something I’ve never seen in the shops.

    Thanks, Neil

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