April 12, 2011

Picture Frame!

I would love to introduce our newest sweetsassydiva designer to you.

Her first post can be seen by clicking here!

Here is Angie's intro in her own words:

"I have been married to a wonderful sailor for the past 19 years, and we just started the retirement process. (making me old already ;) ) We have 6 children, that I homeschool. The oldest is 18 the youngest is 4 months. We are retiring here in Alaska, a dream I've had for years. I'm originally from the south, so it's been a culture shock for me. I'm very much into a back to the basics lifestyle, where I am learning to make things by hand or using what I have before rushing out to buy new. I've been a crafter for 19 years now...(it started with my first pregnancy). I cross stitch, crochet, scrapbook, plastic canvas, and am starting to dive into card making, altering objects, hand spinning, and I want to learn to knit. Out of all of them I think scrapbooking has been the most rewarding for me because I can look back through cherished memories, and when I do them as gifts I know I'm passing memories along with them as well as a part of me.

I think that is about all there is about me. A southern girl trying to make it in the frozen north ;) Oh my blog is farmtobe@blogspot.com "

I love lavender, so much that it's the color I've used in the majority of my decorating in my little girls room. It's time I started to add things into the room for Bailey now....so we are starting with her own picture frame.
I gathered up what I thought I would use for this project and got started with my gypsy.
I covered the frame with lavender (pastel purple) from the DCWV pastel stack and then trimmed the inside with ribbon. (Next to cardstock ribbon is my addiction) Then to make the flowers. I picked a pattern from the DCWV blossom song stack and added a touch of sparkle. While they dried, I started my cutting and glittering.
After gluing and gluing some more all the pieces were put into place and now I have an adorable frame to put a picture in. It has to be adorable when you are putting baby pictures in them!
*my recipe*
cricut cartridges: calligraphy, george and basic shapes,tags bags boxes
papers DCWV pastel and blossom song stacks
glitter glue
self stick gems

SweetSassyDiva will be participating in the blog hop! Be sure to mark your calendar and check it out!

There will be a GRAND PRIZE of a Gypsy being given away. Just find the two "Hidden Mickey" blogs in the hop, one from each day, to enter to win a Gypsy donated by Marlo of Scrap N Tote! I hear she is also donating a scrap'n tote and scrap'n easel! 

You can see the video that I made with the scrap'n easel below or if you are on email subscription, click here and view on my blog on the right hand side.

For more information and current sales offers on the scrap'n tote and scrap'n easel, click on the picture of them below.

I am so excited that my subscribers will have an opportunity to enter for a chance to win one of these fabulous prizes! I absolutely love mine!


Sweet Magnolia Rose said...

This is the cutest picture frame!!! I just love it!!

Cindy said...

I love your picture frame. I have my grand-daughter's picture in a white frame and I want to do some embellishing to it, but I'm such a chicken. Thank you for sharing yours. I might get the courage to try it out.

Tanya said...

Love your frame!!! I'm visiting via the linking party and would love you to stop by my blog when you get a chance.


Deanne Gutierrez said...

Hi there! I am a new follower of your blog through the Love Link Up Party. Gonna go "lurk" now. Please stop by my blog and become a follower:

Deanne :)

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