Thursday, 21 July 2016

Wall Frames

Hello crafty friends and welcome to my blog. The post I have for you today is two wall frames I have created for Meg's Garden using the Water Colour In Blues patterned papers. I love everything about these patterned papers and I know that you will too.


 When I got these papers I couldn't wait to use them. I have a couple of friends with birthdays coming up so I decided to create a wall frame for each of them. 


For my first one I used a timber frame to place the gorgeous papers on. My center piece I fussy cut from the cut and create sheet, I distressed the edges and then inked them with Distress Ink. I found a verse and placed on it and then raised it up in the middle with cardboard. 
The edges of the timber frame I coloured with a Royal Blue Copic. 



 I edged the center with pearls and fussy cut the butterflies from the patterned papers. I love the Organza and Pearl flowers, they have a beautiful soft feel to them.



Behind the beautiful blue flowers and on the back of the frame I placed some of the White Nylon Lace. This lace is stunning and has an elegant look to it. The outside edge of the frame I inked with a blue/grey  Distress Ink. 
Now for my other wall frame created with the same stunning papers but this time I decided to go with the purple tones instead of the blue. 


I chose this time to use a chipboard as my frame and I coloured it with a purple Copic. Again I fussy cut the beautiful purple flowers from the patterned paper and inked the edge with Weathered Wood Distress Ink. I also raised it with cardboard and then placed some gold pearls in the corners. 



The sentiment I also fussy cut from the patterned papers. As I said I love the Nylon Lace so again I used it on this wall hanger.The violas had that touch of purple and went perfectly. The other flower I used is a Blue and White Apple Blossom, they come in 5 different colors and look great on any craft project. The brass flying bird was my final touch.
On the bottom corner I used one of the Violas and then fussy cut the butterfly from the Water Colour In Blues patterned paper. 


I hope you have enjoyed having a look at my two wall frames. Don't forget to keep scrolling down and have a look at other stunning creations from the design team. There is always plenty of inspiration and amazing patterned papers, ribbon and many embellishment to see. The Megs Garden Store always has the amazing products we use and they are easy to find by clicking the links.
 Until my next post I hope you all keep warm if living in cold weather like me and that your crafty mojo flows. Hugs all - Brenda  

2 comments:

  1. Hi Brenda, I hope you have had a good week! These frames look so pretty, what lovely gifts they will make too! Have a wonderful weekend!

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