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Altered Frames Using the Graphic 45 Winter Wonderland Collection

Hello everyone, and Happy Holidays! It’s the end of November and the holidays are fast approaching! It is finally time to start getting the presents ready to give out to our families and friends. In this post I wanted to share a quick and very inexpensive project that is a great gift to give out during this upcoming holiday season: altered frames using the Graphic 45 Winter Wonderland collection.

The idea came about when I saw these chipboard frames at my local Michael’s store. And to my surprise they were only $1.00! I picked up a few to alter into a mixed media project.

Step One:

I painted my frames using regular craft paints. I picked black and gold colors as my base to make the images pop out more.

Step two:

I used gesso, stencils and other mixed media mediums to add dimension my frames.

Step three:

I used fuzzy cut images from the collection to decorate my frames. As you can see the Poinsettias are my absolute favorite image from this collection.

Step four:

I adhered all my images using foam tape to add extra dimension.

Step Five:

I added other elements like wood pieces, gold stems and die cut leaves to add extra interest.

And here is the finished product!

I loved the result so much that created two different ones to give out as presents. I still can not decide yet which one is my favorite. For the first one I added a peace wood sign.

And for the second, I used a Merry Christmas wood shape.

In no time I had both my frames ready to give out as presents and they cost barely nothing! Thank you so much for reading and I will see you soon with more projects.

Happy Holidays!

Materials:

Graphic 45 Winter Wonderland paper collection

Chipboard Frames (Michaels)

Gesso and mediums (Prima)

 

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