I thought I would share some frames that I made a while ago. These frames were made for a show that I had a booth at, I had to demonstrate a project on stage and decided I would show how to use stamping in your home decor. I actually only demonstrated this one, "Hope". I found the frame at Walmart, printed the word "Hope" on vellum off of my printer. It was actually a very fast and easy frame to make, I think the most time consuming was cutting out the Monogram H which "Imagine".actually only took me about 5 minutes. I then came home and decided I wanted to hang it in my scrap room but I wanted some more to go along with it so I made one that said "Dream" and this other one that says I couldn't believe how easy they were! And how much fun I had making them. It did take me a while to come up with what exactly I wanted but once I got going it was super easy!
Stamps: Monogram H & Dots and Daisies
Paper: Certainly Celery, Old Olive, Whisper White, Apricot Appeal, Almost Amethyst Cardstock & Vellum
Ink: Certainly Celery
Other: 2 Black Brads, Hemp twine, White Signo Pen, Distress Wheel, Flower punch, SU! Font "Harry Paul" and frame from Walmart
Stamps: Monogram D, Polka Dots & Paisley
Paper: Bashful Blue & Whisper White Cardstock
Ink: Bashful Blue, Pretty in Pink & Regal Rose
Other: Hemp twine, SU! Font "Woodward Script", White & Navy Narrow Grosgrain Ribbon
Stamps: Monogram I, Canvas, & Doodle This
Paper: Whisper White, Marigold Morning, Vintage Violet & Rose Red
Ink: Basic Black & Vintage Violet
Other: 2 Silver Brads, White Narrow Grosgrain & Vintage Violet Stitched Ribbon
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