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School 3D Frameables

Hello and happy Friday! Its Jennifer here on the blog to share one of the cute 3D Frameables with you! Kids of all ages are back in school this month so I'm sharing the School-Apple Word N Shape paired with the

Square Frame with Base!  And I'm going to share the easy techniques I used! 


I began with my Square Frame with the Base. I covered each piece with different patterned papers affixed with my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive.  I removed any excess paper with my x-acto knife and a sanding tool. 


I trimmed my photo to fit the frame and affixed it to the back using Scor-Tape. 


Again using my Beacon Adhesive, I affixed my frame to the base as shown.  Before adhering, I did paint the outside edges of the base with green chalk paint. 


I selected different patterns for the small and large oval for my base; again using my Beacon Adhesive.  I sanded off excess paper to create smooth edges then adhered the two pieces together. 


I set aside my frame to work on my Word N Shape. For the School Word, I simply used a blending brush to add yellow Distress Oxide Ink. The birch wood accepts the ink nicely and you can go as light or dark as you see fit.


For the Apple, I painted with red and green chalk paint.  After each were dry, I lightly sanded around the edges to give it a distressed look. 


Here is a close up of my Word N Shape! 


And here is a close up of my frame!  I added stickers as well as small die cut shapes to accent my photo. 


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

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, die cut shapes, enamel dots: Simple Stories; paint: Folk Art; Distress Oxide Ink: Ranger; adhesive: Beacon, Adhesives by 3L, Scor-Tape; misc: sanding tool, x-acto knife, healing mat. 


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