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LOVE Frame For Valentine's Day!

Hi everybody! Leslie here, sharing a pretty LOVE frame just in time for Valentine's Day! This project features our Love Desktop Frame and the best part is that it would look great on a desktop all year long! I also used the 5x9 Feathers Layering Stencil to add some tone-on-tone detail to the heart cut-out. I've never been keen on using red and pink together because we always thought they 'clashed' growing up, but I've been seeing more and more projects lately pairing the two colors together so I decided I was going to try my hand at it! And I think I like it! ;)


I started by painting the main L-O-V-E part of the Love Desktop Frame with pink chalk paint, the heart cut-out and large base piece with red acrylic paint, and the small base piece with white paint. I sandwiched the photo and a piece of acetate (to keep the photo dust-free) between the frame and the heart cut-out and adhered them all together. I covered three narrow strips of white cardstock with heart washi tape, adhered them to three of the letters, and affixed several red gemstones to each.


I used some distress ink and the Feathers Layering Stencil to add some tone-on-tone detail to the heart cut-out. The finishing touch was tying a small bow fashioned from white checkerboard satin ribbon.


Here's one more view from a different angle. This was a fun project that worked up fairly quickly with some paint, washi tape, bling and ribbon!


Clear Scraps products used:
Love Desktop Frame
5x9 Feathers Layering Stencil

Other products used:
Pink, red and white paint; white cardstock, washi tape, red bling, distress ink, glue, ribbon

I hope you're inspired to get out those craft supplies and play! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,


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