Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Maya Road Chipboard Frame

Check out this cute new frame that Kristine made using Maya Road chipboard! Here's how to make one of your own...SUPPLIES: • Maya Road or Darice blank frame • Maya Road chipboard scrolls • Maya Road Blossoms • Rhinestones • Glue Pad by Tsukineko • Ultra fine Glitter • E6000 (glue) • Acrylic paint (Light Ivory, Green Tea, and Think Pink by Ceramcoat) • Acrylic Spray | DIRECTIONS: 1. Remove the glass and backing from your frame. 2. Begin by painting your frame, chipboard scrolls and blossoms with acrylic paint of your choice. We used Ceramcoat paint: Light Ivory for the frame, Green Tea for the scrolls, and Think Pink for the blossoms. To give the blossoms more dimension drybrush the edges with acrylic paint a shade darker. 3. After your paint has dried completely use your glue pad to rub the side of your frame, scrolls, and blossoms that you want glitter on. Sprinkle glitter onto the side with glue while it is still tacky. 4. Spray all of your pieces with a clear acrylic spray to seal it and prevent the glitter from coming off your frame. 5. Attach your scrolls and blossoms to the frame using E6000 glue, to accent your blossoms you can also glue a rhinestone in the center of each flower. A few of the blossoms can be adhered with 3D tape to add more dimension. 6. Place the glass and backing into the frame along with the perfect picture!

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