Made to Order/ Rustic & Distressed Shadow Box with Vintage Map/ Select your own Paint Color
Newly available! Let us create for you in your choice of paint color! Made to look old- a beautiful & rustic shadow box for a #DIY (Do it Yourself) display of your favorite nautical or seashell treasures! Using various painting techniques, we made this great shadow box look like it could have been hanging on your grandmother's wall 70 years ago. It is hand painted, and is matted in a selection of our collectible & vintage maps. It's perfect for displaying whatever brings you joy! Whether you're looking to display a small collection of your favorite seashells from a memorable beach vacation, or picture framing a piece of nautical history with a special antique- this 5x7 shadow box frame in your preferred color scheme, will be the prefect addition to any Coastal or Cottage Style Decor!
No two will ever be alike, currently available in 5x7 sizes, but we'd be happy to SEA about creating a custom size if you're interested. Just contact us with your requests & we'll be happy to speak with you. This listing is available now for a 5x7 size in whatever color suits you best! Please leave your color selection in the Notes to Seller at checkout.
Please note: LovingCoastalLiving is a small, home based business with a big collection & passion for coastal living! We love what we do & enjoy sharing our handcrafted creations & decor, as well as our extensive shell & sea life collection, vintage estate treasures, & more 'good stuff' with others. Our regularly stocked items generally take 3-5 days to process & our handcrafted items can take up to 1-2 weeks to be completed. A little piece of our soul goes into every order packaged, and we hope you find joy & beauty in every item you purchase. Thank you for shopping with us & allowing us to share our passion with you!
The 'good stuff' reference is dedicated to our owner's, Lynnette Stirling's, late grandfather, Papa Tractor. 'Good Stuff' was his name pick for her first shop. He always said no matter what she did, as long as it had 'good stuff' she'd never have to change the name of the business.