I started this project a while back and got side tracked. Does that ever happen to you? That being said, I’m not admitting to my stack of half finished projects anything. LOL!
Well the good news is I finally finished it and love the way it turned out so I wanted to share it with you today.
What do you think? Can you see your favorite autumn photo in it? The color is a bit late here in this neck of the state so I haven’t gotten many pictures yet, but hope too still if the rain doesn’t wash things out.
This frame looks like it took along time and is complicated, but really isn’t difficult to do with a few basic supplies. The frame itself is one of those inexpensive $1 frames you can find at your local Walmart or craft store.
Here is a video tutorial for you showing you how I made it. This video is a bit longer than I normally do so I hope you enjoy it.
ROOTED IN NATURE FAUX SILK FRAME VIDEO TUTORIAL
And here is a companion PDF tutorial for you with a complete supply list that includes step by step directions on how I made the focal point.
Rooted in Nature Faux Silk Frame Tutorial PDF
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Accessories: Nature’s Roots Framelits Dies (*146341), Big Shot Embossing Mats (146327), Bright Copper Shimmer Paint (147045), Stampin’ Spritzer (126185), 1 3/4″ Circle Punch (119850), 1″ Circle Punch (119868), and Stampin’ Sponges (141337)
Other: frame, white craft paint, rubbing alcohol, paint brush, and white tissue paper
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