It’s Inspiration Wednesday and I have some more Classic Wedding creativity to share.
Here is all you need to know about creating this Classic Wedding Chipboard Frame.
HCDP1-279 Classic Wedding Patterned Paper
HCPC-3788 Classic Wedding Roses Cling Stamps
HCPC-3752 Classic Rose Cling Stamps
HCD1-7142 Classic Wedding Roses Dies
HCD1-7144 Decorative Medallion Dies
HCD1-7110 Classic Rose Dies
HCST1-401 Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
245125 3D Crystal Lacquer
PGM15015 Rajni Chawla’s Crystal Clear
Other Products Used:
Cardstock (white), Plain Chipboard Frame, White Chipboard, Beads, Foam Brush, Water Brush, Close To My Heart Watercolour Paints and Chocolate Ink, Hot Glue, DecoArt (Americana Acrylic Paint- Natural Buff), Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Extreme Double Sided Tape, Glue Pen, 3D Foam Tape)
Instructions: Take your plain chipboard frame and paint. I used 4 coats of paint, drying each coat using a heat gun to speed up the process. Cut a piece of white chipboard that is slightly larger than your chipboard frame. Adhere your photo in place on the white chipboard. Adhere the chipboard frame to the white chipboard background using 3D foam tape. Die cut 2 of the Decorative Medallions from white cardstock and adhere to the top and bottom of the frame using a glue pen and Extreme Double Sided Tape.
Cut two 1/4” strips of the dark green patterned paper that are the same width as your chipboard frame. Add these to the top and bottom of the frame. Cut two 1×1 squares of the light green patterned paper and two 0.5×1 pieces of the pink patterned paper. Adhere these together and add to the sides of the frame.
Stamp and die cut 1 of the large Classic Wedding wreaths. Stamp and die cut 1 set of Classic Rose leaves and 1 set of the small flowers. Add colour to these using a water brush and watercolour paints. Let dry. Shape and assemble your flowers and leaves. I added Crystal Clear to the flowers, using my glue pen. Using 3D Crystal Lacquer add beads to the middle of your flowers. Let Dry. Snip apart the wreath into smaller pieces. Adhere all of your flower pieces to the frame using hot glue.
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