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Stampin’ Up Picture Frame

July 27th, 2012 , 3 Comments »

Stampin Up Christmas Picture Frame Holiday Mini Craft Fair Project

Hello Everyone. . .  How is your day going?  We are winding
down the softball summer season and gearing up for
school softball.  You gotta love it.

JUST A FEW MORE DAYS and the Holiday Mini will be in full
swing.  It debuts August 1st.  Today I have a very pretty frame
to share with you.  It's from the Holiday Mini.  I fell in love with
it the minute I saw it and thought what a great gift idea.  This frame
was also the inspiration for the similar card that I posted a few
days ago.  Now for the recipe
.

I used a smaller frame than what is pictured in the Mini but it worked
just fine.  I purchased it from a craft store.  For the chocolate frame
I used the Candlelight Christmas Specialty Designer Paper
#126901
on page 4 of the Mini, for the red frame I used the 
dp
from Be Of Good Cheer from the catty #126896.

I laid my frame face down on my paper and penciled a line all
around it both inside and out.  Then cut it with my scissors and an
exacto knife.  I used Modge Podge for the gluing medium.  Sanded the
edges for the perfect fit.  It is matted with Cherry Cobbler, Brushed Gold
and Very Vanilla.  For a little more sophication I used the Porcelain
Technique.  This is were you use a brayer and an ink of your choice
(mine was Crumb Cake).  Ink the brayer, roll it across an embossing
folder (I used the Vintage Wallpaper Folder) and emboss as usual.
Viola' you have a nice vintage look.  

My stamp set is Evergreen (127970/127973).  I embossed the line
tree stamp with clear embossing powder and then stamped the word
tree over it in Soft Suede.  Punch a 1" square and cut the sides for the
pot.  Next I sponged some gold craft ink on Silver Glimmer Paper.
Made due with what I had on hand and punch with a star punch.
Added some organdy Cherry Cobbler ribbon.  

Don't be afraid to try this.  The frames are very inexpensive.  You
might find another way that suits you better.  I'm looking for more
frames.  I bought all that Micheal's had.  These are great craft
fair items. 

You know I love being your demonstrator, so if you have any
questions or need supplies please shop in my ON LINE STORE
24/7
or email me with your order
.

Thanks for stopping by.  Have fun crafting!!!!!!!!  Until next time
Toodles   

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3 Responses to “Stampin’ Up Picture Frame”

  • Nancy Gloriod says:

    Hi Sandy,
    I love the way the frame turned out, can't wait to try it!  Thanks for the great directions you gave.

  • Jean Fitch says:

    Beautiful project.    Thanks Sandy for sharing the details of how you put this together.  it's on my to do list now that I have the stamp set.  Just have to find a frame! 

  • Beautiful project.    Thanks Sandy for sharing the details of how you put this together.  it's on my to do list now that I have the stamp set.  Just have to find a frame! 

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