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Grandkids XL Wood Frame

Hello! Jennifer on the blog today to share one of the XL Birch Wood Frames! These home decor pieces are perfect to showcase your favorite photos or create a special gift!  For my project, I  used the Grandkids XL Birch Wood Frame with favorite photos of my kids from this past fall. 


I  began by using white acrylic paint on the letter portion of my frame. I  also outlined the edges of the frames that will hold my photos.  


I  wanted to add pattern to my letters so I used my 12 Inch Chevron Mascil and applied Distress Oxide in Spiced Marmalade.  I  found that using a circular motion works best when inking.


Here is the end result of the Mascil and ink!  I  applied the ink heavier in some areas because I  did not want the coloring to be even.  


Next, I covered my frames with patterned paper.  For the heart, I  decided instead of a photo to adhere a sentiment as well as flowers I  cut from my Silhouette and coordinating patterned paper. I  also layered vellum and patterned paper butterflies by using a hand punch. 


I  also adhered cut out flowers to the corner of my photo along with small die cut sentiments.


Thank you for stopping by today! Check out the new XL Birch Wood Frames by clicking HERE! Have a great day!

Additional products used: patterned paper, die cuts, stickers: Jillibean Soup; enamel dots: Simple Stories; punches:  Martha Stewart Crafts, Paper Shapers; adhesive: Beacon, 3M; paint: DecoArt; ink: Ranger, Quick Quotes; cut files: Jillibean Soup "Flower Doodles" #196582, Carta Bella "Leaves" #213592 ; mini clothes pin: American Crafts; ribbon: May Arts; misc: vellum, Cameo Silhouette.


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