Hello Crafty Peeps,
Welcome back to day 13 of my 14 days of crafty love series 🙂 Today i have something slightly different to share with you. I have altered a boring, cheep, plain shadow box into a classy black and white shaker picture frame.
Here is some Pics;
I used the Black Hearts 8×8 paper pack from Papercakes by Serena Bee to create almost like a mini scrapbooking layout in the centre of the frame…layered with plain black & white card stock. In between the layers I added fun foam to give it some dimension.
I started off by painting the frame black with some acrylic paint and after creating my mini scrapbooking layout I put it all back together…adding a few table scatter gems in. And then it was done…easy as that!
Here is the video if you would like to watch the process;
So that is all from me today…I would really love it if you re-create anything from this little mini series…could you please share the crafty love over on Instagram by tagging me or using the hashtag #14daysofcraftylove .
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