Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Valentine decor: DIY-Ikat-Frame

Use your favorite to create pink and red paper valentine decor – I used a $1 frame and Mod-hodgepodge, and I love the finished product! My friend gave me a sheet of beautiful Ikat-themed paper, and I knew I needed to use it. Have you ever come into contact with a craft supply like that?you know the nice thing is that you need to have. A lot of the time, these materials go into the hideout, but not with this paper. It was too beautiful! I actually, loved the colors>for Valentine’s day and the interesting pattern, so I decided my first project would be a framework (I have a huge sheet of paper), and this is what you see above.It’s a bit of rock n’ roll, but I love it. If you like my valentine's decor, as I have it below.Valentine’s Day decorCollect These Supplieswood frame Martha Stewart Crafts Acrylic Paint – Camellia Pink, Habanero, Pink Dahlia acrylic paint – folkart; pure GoldMod hodgepodge SatinMod hodgepodge of Dimensional Magic – Glitter gold wood hearts – 1 large and 3 small scrapbook paper in the color or pattern of your choice paint brush pencil scissors craft glue I used one of those $1 frames from the craft store. Don’t you love those? Place your frame face down on the back of the paper and trace. Carefully cut the paper with the scissors and set them aside. Paint the edges and back of the frame with multiple layers of Nero (to paint the inside edges). Let dry. you can Paint the wooden heart with the rest of the colors – you know, if you like wooden heart. Let dry. Mod-smorgasbord, the paper on the frame. Use a medium layer of Mod conglomeration and distributed over the entire frame. You smooth the paper down and let dry for 15 – 20 minutes. Add a layer of Mod smorgasbord of over the top and let them dry. Add a second layer and allow to drylet you can Stick the hearts to the frame as shown with craft glue. Let dry. Add Dimensional magic to the tips of the hearts and let dry over night, keep the frame flat. I know don’t, these beautiful people are in the frame, but hey, it’s for photography purposes. I must still choose a photo. But I'm happy with the finished project? Yes! I love my new Ikat frame!If you like this Valentine's day decor, I’d love for you to consider, these additional projects:Cross Stitch Valentine’s day ArtWashi Band heart FrameXOXO Valentine’s day SignHeart photo Transfer pillow love note Valentine’s Day decor

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