Looking for just the right frame to finish your child's bedroom? Or to coordinate with your home decor?
You can create a one-of-a-kind personalized picture frame using Mod Podge and printed scrapbooking paper.
|Crafted by Billie Jo.|
- Unfinished Frame
- Mod Podge (Matte or Satin)
- Printed Scrapbooking Paper
- Acrylic Paint
- X-Acto Knife
- Foam Brush
- Foam Board or Cardboard
|You can use unfinished frames like these or a frame that has a flat surface.|
- Take the back of the frame off to remove all the contents, leaving just the frame.
- Using a paintbrush, paint the outside edges of the frame, including the inside edge of the opening with an acrylic paint that color coordinates with the printed scrapbooking paper.
- Set aside and let dry.
- Trim the paper with the scissors to fit the front of the frame.
- Remove the back of the frame.
- Place the printed scrapbooking paper onto cardboard or foam board.
- Place the frame face down on top of the paper so that you can trim the opening
- Use the X-Acto knife to cut along the edges of the opening.
- Once done, use the foam brush to apply Mod Podge to the entire area you will be placing the paper.
- Carefully, place the paper onto the frame, smoothing out any wrinkles.
- Seal it with a thin layer of Mod Podge.
- Set aside to let dry.
You can also add embellishments to the frame, such as:
|Billie Jo added felt flowers to the frame.|
There are a vast amount of printed scrapbooking paper with designs, themes, characters, and every color imaginable to create your desired look.
|Bo Bunny Serenity|
|Canvas Corp. Black and Kraft Zebra|
|Graphic45 Tropical Travelogue Collection|
|Teresa Collins Carolina Breeze|
|FabScraps Vintage Pin|
|EK Success Belle Heart|