Wood Card Frame Project -- Springtime
March 21, 2019
Hi there everyone! Laura joining you today,
and I am finding myself really wishing for some
Spring weather, sunshine, and warmth!
Here in the midwest, it's finally starting to get there,
but it's been a long wait! Thank goodness for
crafting, because I can create a little Springtime,
that I can display to get me in that spirit!
This project starts with one of
the Blank Wood Cards from Clear Scraps.
Then it's painted using acrylic paint. First using
a layer of pink paint, then I used a foam brush
while that paint was still a little wet, and brushed on
a bit of white paint. It made for a nice frame around
the edges of the card, that was a little different
than just a single color border. You can see it
a bit better in this close up here:
The little bug in the mason jar.....just a cute little sticker.
I added the bit of twine, and then used foam tape to give it
some dimension before I added it to the project.
It's layered on a bit of floral patterned paper. One of the
things I love about this project is how easy it is to
create a great piece of home decor that you can
change out with the seasons.
Here I added a cute saying trimmed out of the
patterned paper, matted on cardstock then added
onto the project. A sticker tag and a few enamel dots,
and it's finished. This is such a great way to try
crafting up some home decor if you've never tried it before!
Make sure to check out the Blank Wood Cards in the
Clear Scraps store HERE.
Thank for stopping by today!
Stop back soon for more inspiration!
Other: Doodlebug Spring Things, acrylic paint,
Beacon Adhesive, foam tape, twine, enamel dots.
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