DIY Home Decor

Precious Memories – Photo Frame

HCDP1-278 Classic Petunia Patterned Paper Collection 
HCPC-3786 Large Classic Petunia stamp
HCPC-3785 Small Classic Petunia stamp
HCD1-7139 Classic Petunia die
HCD1-7140 Large Classic Petunia
Deluxe flower shaping kit

Other Products: Gypsy Soul Lasercuts-Masonite photo frame, Lavender Foamiran, Stazon Royal Purple ink, Copic pen: BV08, Craft Knife, Tombow Glue, Purple Beaded Stamens, Scrapiniec Sentiment-Precious Memories,Hot Off the Press Heat Resistant Acetate, Foam Tape, Heat iron, Craft Sensations Mini Gems

Instructions: Take your craft knife and cut to size different designs of the patterned Classic Petunia paper as shown to cover the background base of the frame and attach. Using from the same paper collection, cut paper to fit the outside layer of your Masonite photo frame and photo openings. Then adhere the Masonite frame onto the background base. Add your mini gems to 2 photo sections and cut pieces of acetate at 4 x 4″ to cover the 2 chosen sections. Now attach the petunia paper that you previously cut to match, directly onto the outside of photo frame. Add a chipboard sentiment and frame to the center.  

To create the petunias, stamp a total of 12 flowers in purple Stazon ink onto the lavendar foamiran paper and diecut. Use six large and six medium to create your foamiran flowers. I then took my BV08 copic pen and added some deeper color to the flower centers. Next you will heat set each of the flowers which allows you to mold each flower. Simply bunch the flower as in forming a bud and twist. Use a double staggered layer on each of the flowers so the flowers are fuller. Then add your stamen flower centers to each one. Add the flowers to the center of your decorative frame, surrounding with any other elements you want for a complete look.


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