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Baby 3D Frameable

Hello friends! It's Jennifer here on the blog to share one of the new 3D Frameable themes that were recently released! I  used the Baby-Rocking Horse Word N Shape paired with the Deco Frame to show off an adorable photo of my nephew when he was little!   The 3D Frameables are simple to assemble and you can mix and match themes with different frames!  


For my base, I used chalk paint in light blue for the larger oval.  I then applied patterned paper to my smaller oval using Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive. I  then cut away excess paper with scissors and used an x-acto knife and sanding tool to smooth edges.  I again used my Beacon to glue to the two pieces together. 


For the Deco Frame, I applied patterned paper to the front of the frame with my Beacon Adhesive. I again used an x-acto knife and sanding tool.  I  trimmed my photo to 4 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches and adhered to the back of the frame before adhering to the frame base.  I used the same light blue chalk paint around the edges of my frame.  Last, I added smaller sticker embellishments to accent. 


For my Word N Shape, I painted lower half of the Baby with the light blue chalk paint (not worrying about my lines being perfect).  Next, I  applied white acrylic paint to the top portion of my word.  Once my paint was dry, I blended yellow Distress Oxide Ink into the white paint (again, not worry about it being perfect). I then added small stickers for accent. 


For the Rocking Horse, I covered it with patterned paper and added a coordinating ribbon and a black enamel dot for an eye.  


Thanks for stopping by today!  You can find all of the 3D Frameables by clicking HERE!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers:  Echo Park Paper; paint: FolkArt, DecoArt; ribbon: May Arts; enamel dot: Doodlebug; ink: Ranger; adhesive: Beacon; misc: button, x-acto knife, sanding tool












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