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Hello and happy Friday!  It's Jennifer and I'm so happy to finally share one of the new 3D Frameables that were released this week! If you liked working with the Desktop Wood Frames, you are going to LOVE these! The base is very similar to the Desktop Frames except there are three slots.  And there  are  three different frames to choose from as well as a variety of themes!  

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For my project, I  have the Scallop Frame and Magical-Mouse Head Word N Shape which I painted both with acrylic paint.  The frames come with a top piece that adheres to the base shown. I knew that my photo would cover a large portion of the inside of the frame so I left the area bare.   I  also painted the top piece of the base of the Frameable.


Using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I affixed patterned paper to the front of the frame, as well as the Mouse Head.  I cut away excess paper with scissors as well as used an x-acto  knife and sanding tools.  


I added small stickers and die cuts to my elements to give extra color but did not want to over burden my pieces with too many embellishments. 



Here you can see the frame assembled together. There is a portion on the bottom that you will slide into the back slot on your base. 


 You simply slide each element into the slots to display. The best thing is that frames and shapes can be changed out depending on the time of year or whatever you feel like showing off! Thanks for stopping by the blog! Be sure to visit "What's New" the Clear Scraps shop to see all of the new themes of the 3D Frameables!  The combinations are endless!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, enamel dots: Simple Stories; paint: DecoArt; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb, Tombow; misc: x-acto knife, sanding tool




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