October 27, 2020
Hello crafty friends, it's fall y’all! I love decorating this time of year and today I have a cute home decor frame to share with you. Let's get started!
I found this cute little frame on clearance for $1. I just love finding deals don’t you? The front part was not my favorite but I bought it anyway thinking I could perhaps use the back part!
This cherry wood veneer paper makes for a great background for the frame. I cut it to fit the inner frame which was about 5x5.
A little cheat I do when I want to add tiny letters but don’t want to glue each tiny letter is to cut it on adhesive vinyl. I used my cricut to cut these fall themed designs on brown adhesive vinyl.
I also cut the leaves on the Cricut.
Adhere the vinyl on the wood veneer paper and the leaf using a transfer tape, I like to use Contact paper because it does not rip the cardstock.
To add a little shimmer and some details to the leaves I used LuminArte Twinkling H20’s.
It’s used just like a watercolor but they are shimmery. Paint the leaves and add veins.
Once your leaves are dry, we are going to build a wreath around the wording.
I used some crafty foam tape to pop up some of the leaves.
Use adhesive tape to stick the wood veneer on the frame. Choose a tape that doesn’t have a super strong hold if you plan to re-use the frame again for another seasonal project. That way you are able to remove it easily.
Here is what the finished wreath looks like. I love the texture and colors together.
Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed this project as much as I enjoyed making it.
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