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Hello friends! Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!  It is officially the Christmas season and today I'm sharing one of the new 3D Frameables using the Christmas-Tree Word N Shape.  The 3D Frameables are perfect to showcase favorite photos and you can switch out the Word N Shapes as well as the frames.  


Using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I covered the Scallop Frame and Base as well as the Tree in my Word N Shape with different patterned papers.  I cut away excess paper with scissors followed by using an x-acto knife and sanding tool.  


Again using my Beacon, I adhered the two oval pieces of the base together as shown.  


I applied white acrylic paint to the Christmas Word as well as the Frame base. 


Then using Distress Oxide Ink in Lucky Clover, I blended ink into the bottom edge of my word. 


Next, I secured my 4x4 photo to the back of my frame using double sided tape. I then adhered the two frame pieces with Beacon Adhesive.   I find that using clips to hold the two pieces together as the adhesive dries is helpful. 


I affixed stickers and smaller embellishments to the frame as well as the tree.


I did add white acrylic paint around the edges of the tree giving it a distressed look. I wanted it to have a bit of a snowy effect.   I did the same on the frame and base. 


Here is a close up of the Christmas Word with the blended distress oxide. 


Thank you for reading today! Hope this inspires you to create with the 3D Frameables!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, buttons:  Crate Paper; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb; paint: DecoArt; Distress Ink: Ranger; misc: x-acto knife, sanding tool. 


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