Baby Handmade Frame

Posted by Irene Tan

17 August, 2015 - ,

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Hello Maja fans! Today I would like to showcase a super easy project that even the kids can do. This project is a handmade frame using just two pieces of 6 x 6 pattern papers and some embellishment. For my frame, I’ve used Maja Design 6 x 6 Vintage Baby collection.

Here are the simple steps.

First, choose two pieces of 6 x 6 pattern papers. For the paper on the front, cut out a window. (Note: the size of the window should be a little smaller from the size of your photograph. You can trace your photograph on the paper and cut the window a little smaller)

Glue three edges of the two papers together. Left one of the edges open for inserting your photograph later.

To make sure your photograph stays in the middle of the frame or in the correct position, simply just hand stitch a line underneath the window horizontally across the frame.

Lastly, just add some embellishment around the frame.

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Here you have it, an easy and simple frame! It can be used as a home decor or even as a gift for a friend. Hope you all like today’s simple project tutorial. See you all soon!

Supplies Used: Pattern Papers: Maja Design 6 x 6 Vintage Baby Collection; Others: Petaloo flowers, white gel pen, Clear Scraps acrylic and mask, adhesives.

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Irene Tan

I’m also known as “Scrapperlicious”. My scrapping motto has always been “Scrap with your heart and don’t forget to have fun too!” I love stamping and inking and my style is kind of ephemera/distressed. Visit my blog here – http://scrapperlicious.blogspot.se/

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