I know it has been a few weeks since my last post. Following my May celebrations (Craft Retreat, Mother's Day, Birthday, Memorial Day, Anniversary & two events ), comes the end of the school year. Why is it always jammed pack for my children? T minus a few hours and summer break can officially begin!!!!
I have plenty of projects in the works but they can't be revealed until the recipient has it in tow. Last year, my daughter participated in a mentoring program at school. It was her first year there and I thought it was a great way for her to make friends. I attended almost all of the after school sessions with her and even taught a few. I wanted to make the teacher something nice to remember the girls by. It was a little challenging since the teacher is a male. Yes... it took an entire year to get to his project. Better late than never!
Step 1: Gather Supplies: 11x14 frame (Michaels Arts & Crafts), acrylic paint, foam brush, newspaper, scrapbook paper and any embellishments you want to add.
Step 2: Paint the front and back of the frame. I left the middle untouched because (1) painting is not a strength of mine yet and (2) the frame is going to be covered by paper. No need to waste paint.
Step 3: Add scrapbook paper
|Sorry for the horrible picture. Everything is really flat and flowing|
Back of the Frame
I've had my eyes on the various styles frames for a while now. I just needed an excuse to buy one. LOL!! Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me a comment.
I miss doing videos. I'm trying something new to me this weekend and hope to film it. Stay tuned.
Have a GREAT day & WONDERFUL weekend!!