Clear Scraps This is Us Desktop Frame--Wedding Gift Frame
May 25, 2021
Hey everybody! Laura here to share with you today! I've got a great gift idea that would
be perfect for an anniversary, wedding, engagement, or even someone that is expecting
to use for their first family picture!
Isn't this frame simply sweet? Best yet, this can be created using up those scraps of
pretty patterned paper you haven't been able to part with! Time to use them for a
pretty frame to give to someone special as a gift! And it all starts with the Clear Scraps
This is Us Desktop Frame! Are you familiar with our desktop frames? The are easy
to decorate any way you'd like and either spruce up your home decor with a favorite
memory, or make a few to have on hand for adorable gifts! And even better, the frame
doesn't have to be glued into the base if you want to mail it, so it just pops out to fold
flat! I love this option, especially for gift giving!
Here you can see I painted most of the frame and base using black acrylic paint.
I did paint the rectangle on the frame using white paint, and brushed just a bit of gray
to give it a bit of a distressed wood/farmhouse look. The smaller part of the base and
behind the frame, I added a black and white floral pretty patterned paper, and then a
small rectangle of black and then white cardstock layered to create a spot to put a picture.
You can leave the top of the frame unglued if you'd rather to slip in a larger picture. I also
added a few heart and flower stickers which fits the wedding theme well. The black and
white is a nice compliment to any color that the bride and groom or bridal party wear.
The final touch is the "Mr. & Mrs." Chipboard Word Title from Clear Scraps.
It's painted with black acrylic paint and just glued right onto the frame.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Clear Scraps: This is Us Desktop Frame, Mr. & Mrs. Chipboard Word Title
Other: Acrylic Paint--black, white, gray, floral patterned paper,
black and white cardstock, Bella Blvd. Trinkets Puffy Stickers--black & white
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