Hi everyone! It's Jennifer and I'm sharing one of the fun Printer Tray Frames today! These are one of my favorites of the new releases and you have your choice of five shapes! For my project, I used the Heart Printer Tray Frame. This was so fun to use to capture some of my favorite photos of our dog, Max. He is such a personality!
For your top frame, you can either use acrylic paint, stamping, or cover with patterned paper. I wanted to use the fun dog print patterned paper so I chose the latter. The easiest way, for me, is to apply Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive to the front of my frame and adhere directly to the paper. Once the adhesive was dry, I used my scissors, an exacto knife and healing mat to remove the excess paper. I then sanded the sides with my sanding tool.
Next, I added my photos and background papers to the bottom frame again using Beacon adhesive and trimming the excess. After everything is in place, I adhere the bottom chipboard piece as well as the 2nd chipboard frame.
Before adding my acrylic piece, I used some "chunky" glitter I picked up at Michael's and wood veneer pieces to create a shaker spot.
Spots where I don't have photos, I added die cut pieces from the collection I used.
Thank you for stopping by today! Check out all of the Printer Trays by click HERE! Have a great day!
Additional products used: patterned paper, die cuts, wooden veneer shapes: Jillibean Soup; foam letters: American Crafts; glitter: Recollections; adhesive: Beacon, 3M.