Sunday, September 30, 2012

Halloween Picture Frame

Today I have a simple but easy Halloween project for you.
 A Halloween picture frame using retired designer series paper "Pick Your Poison" from the Clearance Rack you can get here

 I used a frame from one of the craft stores and covered it with a sheet of Pick Your Poison designer series paper using Multipurpose Liquid glue. Using the same package of designer series paper, I cut out the bat and added blood dripping from his mouth using Real Red Stampin' Right Marker. Before putting the bat picture in the frame I cut a piece of Window Sheet from the big catalog to cover the bat picture. You can't see it here but it looks just like a frame you would buy with glass.

I sanded the edges of the designer series paper using a Designer Sanding Block. This helps make the paper look old and worn.
That's it. A very fast project and gives a lot of bang for your buck!

What you will need to make this picture frame

Pick your Poison Designer Series Paper # 124001 $4.39
Sanding Blocks pg. 179 # 124304 $3.50 (2) blocks
Window Sheets pg. 160 #114323 $4.95 (2) 12 x 12" sheets
Real Red Stampin' Write Marker pg. 153 #100052 $3.50
Multipurpose Liquid Glue pg. 177 #110755 $3.95 
Non Stampin' Up!
Picture frame from $1 store or craft store

Tomorrow is the first day of October so Halloween will be here before we know it. I will be featuring more Halloween projects this week.
Hope your week end was a good one.
Happy Stampin'

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