What was this totally amazing Spicy Southwest Salad
is now a up-cycled Shadow Box.
Out here in Los Angeles I go to all these cool events so I normally have keepsakes that I bring home so I can remember the event!!
What better way to showcase them.
Gather up some supplies. I used left overs from the kids school projects and some crafty stuff I happen to have on hand. Then the items you'd like to use.
- Cut out a backdrop for your shadowbox.
- Glue in place (I used stick glue)
- Just to be fancy, I grabbed a liquid chalk marker and colored the accent detail around the container in a shade of blue to match the backdrop.
- A 3M adhesive tab works great for hanging, no nail holes!
- Hot glue all your items in place, when hanging you'll want to make sure it stays upright.
- FINISHED! Hang up and show off your good times to friends!
OK, so this would be great for the kiddos as well, they can showcase accomplishments in their lives or just have a cool place to have a favorite collection up where it can be seen.
About the Spicy Southwest Salad:
Slices of grilled spicy chicken breast, chilled and served on a fresh bed of chopped Romaine lettuce and baby greens, topped with shredded red cabbage and carrots, grape tomatoes, a blend of Monterey Jack and Cheddar cheeses, and a zesty combination of roasted corn and black beans. Made fresh daily. Served with Seasoned Tortilla Strips, Chile Lime Pepitas and Creamy Salsa Dressing
In the spirit of full disclosure, I'm a Chick-Fil-A Mom and I was provided with a means to experience the product for free. No payment was given and all my opinions given here are my own. This post may contain affiliate linking.