Welcome to another Thursday Post her at the Mansion. Today I am sharing an easy step-by-step tutorial on how to dress up a picture frame for an easy peezy holiday decoration.
With Halloween soon approaching, I have a lot of planning to do for the upcoming party. It will be a mixture of Adults and Children, so I want some "spooky" and some "friendly ghost-type" decorations. Of course, I have plenty of store bought ones, but a Paper Crafter's Party would never be the same without some Handmade Goodness, right?!?!?
Frames (amount and size is up to you)
Designer paper (cut at 3 3/4" x 3 3/4")-this size will vary dependent on your frame size of course
ClipArt images (skulls, ghosts, Happy Halloween, pumpkins)
Sizzix and embossing folder (I chose a swirl pattern)
Assortment of Ribbon
Other Embellishments (as desired)
I cut the patterned paper to fit inside. Then I embossed the small squares (black and white circle print paper) using my Darice-swirl folder.
I then fussy cut around the spooky images (I chose the skull and HH images, but am keeping the ghosts for later...mu ah ah ah). I then applied a few small pop dots to the back of the images to give them a bit a dimension inside the frame.
This project literally only took about 15 minutes to complete. Very simple, but a great party table decoration, I think. Thanks for stopping by the Mansion....
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Michelle Sanchez, our September GDT Diva, is hosting the 3D Holiday Projects Challenge HERE!
DT Diva Pammie Kay, is hosting the Black, White, and READ all over Challenge HERE!
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