Monday, April 11, 2011

Another frame

  Hello and welcome back.
Today I want to show you a frame my daughter and I made for her friend's birthday. She had a BLAST making it and even loved it soo much she wanted to keep it when she was done. :) ( Her friend really liked it as well). It went by REALLY fast so this is definitely not a time consuming. The supply list is really short and you are only limited by your creativity. For this project we used:  $1 frame from Michaels ,a piece of paper to fit the frame, flowers, buttons, Cricut cut (Frog), pre-glittered chipboard letters from Michaels as well, Decoupage, Hot Glue, Helmar 450 adhesive, nail file, and Tim Holtz distress ink.  MOST of the items you may have on hand.

My daughter sanding the edge where the paper was cut off. 


So, whatcha think??  Go grab your loved one and make a frame with them!! It was fun and we had quality time together. Something neither of us will forget!!
Happy Crafting!!!! 
Hugs, 
 Tanya

17 comments:

Cat said...

Too cute Tanya! I need to get one of those $1 frames. Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday. I'm still making the rounds with everyone from the linky party.
I'm now following you!

Lovebug Creations said...

Love this! Thinkits wonderful that you and Candace had such a great time making something for her friend! What a great way to spend the afternoon! Can't wait to see some more mommy/daughter work! This turned out fantastic!!

xoxo
~me

Mrs. Swandog said...

What a talented little girl you have....I love the frame...

Gina said...

Great mommy/daughter time :) The frame is beautiful!
Gina
ginascraftingspot.com

CapturedMoments said...

Hey sis, that would make GREAT Christmas gifts..only with a family picture in it and have it say FAMILY...hint, hint....LOVE it!!!

lovemypaper said...

Very nice frame!

Misty said...

Very nice! Too bad I have a spending freeze! But I see you need to get busy and make some for the family..lol!
Hummer Hugs,
Misty
http://deliteful-gifts.blogspot.com/
hummingbird204 at comcast dot net

Krystal said...

Aww, this is so cute! My favorite kinds of presents are homemade ones!!! :)

Thanks for following my blog. I'm a follower of yours too.

Have a great day and happy crafting!

Krystal,
http://www.krystalskreativity.blogspot.com
kreative.krystal at gmail dot com

Gloria (Disneynut4life22) said...

Love this frame:-) Great work ladies! New to your blog:-)

Misty said...

PS. Check your email gobstopper!

LorraineB said...

What a fun project to do with your daughter. The frame is just tooo cute. I want to thank you for visiting my blog. I am now a follower of yours, and look forward to more of your projects.
Lorraine

Scrappy Zeni said...

this is such a great idea! I'm definitely going to start making some of these with my girls! it came out super super cute! TFS!

HELMAR USA, INC. said...

LOVE it! and love that your daughter and you are sharing it together!!!

HELMAR USA, INC. said...

Oops...that is me Tracy Weinzapfel posting :)

Deanne Gutierrez said...

I LOVE making altered frames too and I have also have a post on my blog with some of my creations of them. 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:
http://deannescraftingadventures.blogspot.com/

Deanne :)

Coley said...

This is really great...I'm planning on making custom frames for the "Moms" in my life for Mother's Day! Love the frog & flowers...has to be my favorite element on the frame!

SweetSassyDiva said...

i so need to do some frames for my dd tfs!

be sure to check out the blog hop on may 1st! great prizes galore!

details on my blog.

http://sweetsassydiva.com