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2015 Birth Year Shadowbox

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Kerri Lee


Kerri Lee created by

Kerri Lee

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Wooly & Winsome

Chinese lore holds that babies born during the Year of the Sheep (February 19, 2015–February 7, 2016) will be clever and kind, with deep appreciation for the arts and spirituality. Mark the development of each of these traits in your special little lamb with this Year of the Sheep keepsake shadowbox.
Inspired by the dioramas she assembled as a child, Kerri Lee creates these adorable boxes to hold a child's first-year mementos, such as their favorite trinket, shoes, or first-year photographs. The felt-lined, painted basswood box can be propped open with the help of a discreet wooden peg, so both its pop-out images of an adorable sheep and your little one's treasured keepsakes can be displayed at whim. Handmade in Long Eddy, New York.

Exclusively at UncommonGoods.

Kerri Lee

created by

Kerri Lee

Raised in Michigan, Kerri Lee now lives in New York, where she is inspired by her vintage collections of baby items as well as her children and the materials, shapes and colors of the objects she encounters.

Her creations have been featured in Child, Parents, Parenting, InStyle, Country Living, and The New York Times Magazine.



Made in the USA

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wool felt, basswood, maple wood, birch plywood
8" L x 6" W x 5" H
Dust with a dry cloth.
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