15 responses

  1. Kathie Vezzani
    September 11, 2012

    This is great! Under the plexiglass reference, did you mean sanding a sheet of plexiglass?

    • Sandrine Pelissier
      September 11, 2012

      Thanks Kathie,
      Yes that is what I did, I did sand a sheet of pexiglass I had from before, it was all scratched anyway…

  2. jenny
    February 22, 2013

    this was a great find! my girls have school projects that require a lightboard on more than one occasion and this will be perfect!

  3. Pauline
    May 30, 2013

    Hello Sandrine
    Again Many Thanks for sharing your techniques and expertise, you are doing a wonderful service for us painters. Delightful work, really beautiful.

    • Sandrine Pelissier
      June 5, 2013

      Thanks Pauline, I am glad you liked that post :)

  4. Gloria Westerman
    June 5, 2013

    I just saw this post and I’m so glad I did….I’m in a need of a bigger light box and this is prefect….so thank you so very much for sharing this with us….love it….and I love your work….please keep the coming….

    • Sandrine Pelissier
      June 5, 2013

      Thanks Gloria!

  5. Janet Camposano
    July 2, 2013

    Wonderful idea for lightbox!! Thanks for sharing this demo. You are a very talented and generous person.
    Also the waterlily are amazing!!

    • Sandrine Pelissier
      July 2, 2013

      Thanks Janet :)

  6. Gloria Westerman
    October 24, 2013

    I made one of these too…but I couldn’t find any large enough plastic boxes (Wal-Mart) so I had to get a battery operate light to fit into my box….. it cost me around $25…the acrylic sheet I got at a local glass company for $15..very please with it….looks just like yours…but I think a lot smaller….love it…tfs

    • Sandrine Pelissier
      October 24, 2013

      Good! Yes , a battery operated light is a good idea too :) thanks for sharing.

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