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You know, sometimes it’s just fun to sit down and create something. When I sat down to create this DIY Create Decor, I had one thing in mind and the whole project went a completely different direction, BUT I don’t think it could have turned out any better. This is a project that I shared previously on the Pebbles Inc. Blog, and I’m sharing it with you today.
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To recreate this project, you’ll only need a few supplies:
- DIY Home Layered Frames
- DIY Home Gold Foiled Striped Specialty Cardstock
- DIY Home Floral w/Gold Foil Specialty Cardstock
- DIY Home Chunky Glittered Chipboard Die Cuts
- Sticky Thumb Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue
- Sticky Thumb Cordless Mini Hot Glue Gun
- Glue Dots
- Burlap Ribbon
Trim your Floral with Gold Foil cardstock down to fit the back of the layered frame.
Using the all purpose Sticky Thumb glue, put plenty of it on the backing of the layered frame. Use a sponge brush to spread it out evenly over the entire backing.
Place your paper onto the frame backing. Use a vinyl squeegee to smooth out the paper really well, making sure there aren’t any bubbles under it, and that the paper sticks well to all the edges.
Trace the outer edge of the decorate layered frame onto the gold striped paper, then cut it out. Glue the paper to the front of the frame the same way you glued the paper to the backing, covering the opening.
Grab your chipboard word “create”. Use glue dots to attach it to the front of the decorative frame.
Using your Sticky Thumb Cordless Mini Glue Gun, attach the decorative frame to the backing. Have you guys ever used a cordless glue gun? They are life changing! I’m not even kidding, this thing is awesome!
Use the glue gun again to attach your ribbon to the top corners on the back, then tie your ribbon.
Hang it up in your creative space, and step back and watch it sparkle! 🙂
I really love the way the gold glittered “create” looks against the gold striped paper. I thought it might be too much gold, but the dimension that the chipboard word adds just works with it.
Since we recently moved, I put this in my new craft room. I’m so excited to have a place dedicated to crafting! Now if I could just snap my fingers and have it all organized, then we’d be in really good shape! 🙂Linking up to some of these parties.