Here's another decorative frame I did. I definitely got all the inspiration from this frame on Split Coast. I used my usual method of printing on vellum and then layering onto DSP. Once again, I turned to Le Jardin Designer Series Paper from Stampin' Up!
I didn't have any Always Artichoke Grosgrain ribbon, so I colored white ribbon with my Always Artichoke Marker. Here are close ups of all three verses. I'm not sure what I'll do with this frame, maybe sell it on Etsy or give as a gift someday. Either way I love how it turned out, and I'll definitely be making more, especially since the frame itself was only $3 at Wal Mart. You can't beat that!
Embossing Paste Pizzazz, Part 2 - Welcome to Part 2 of my Embossing Paste Pizzazz. Today's techniques are the more advanced techniques, but as you'll see they aren't that hard! First up, th...
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