Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Photo frame

Hi viewers!
Another month for the half year is coming up...June!
Anyway, I have another challenge to share with you that I am making a photo frame with hidden photos ...
now what is that?
By taking part in Crafty Friends challenge #4 which is 'anything but a card' and the Shabby Tea Room week# 116 with Color me Pretty.
I am making this for the Papier Designs as well, a local reknown store in Malaysia.
Here are my shots of the project.

I fussy-cut the Kaisercraft flower paper.
Punch the Martha-Stewart puncher that looks like a Garden.
The butterfly is die-cut on a green pattern paper.
I made a beautiful flowery peach colored clay from a mould. (If you are keen with this, I do make and sell, lots of crafters and friends like this 3D effect flower)
I punch using Martha Stewart puncher and cut out the frame from the Graph 45 "Olde Curiosity Shoppe'
Die-cut the Spellbinder- scallop and non-scallop heart shape
Background - Pattern paper from My Minds - Lost and Found.
Self handmade roses and leaves (pink and yellow) on the right and left.
Doily paper; Bead sticker

At the bottom, slide out the bottom, open and you can see something inside the main page frame.

Yes another flipped bench and butterfly which I cut from Graph 45 "Olde Curiosity Shoppe'.

A lady from Melissa France with her long cross-signed necklace and her bottom gown, are glue yellow-glittered.
Lace at the lady's bottom gown.
Flowers are mix-fussy cut from local paper and Kaisercraft paper.
The background and butterfly , from Graph 45 "Olde Curiosity Shoppe'.

Thanks for the contribution from Papier with beautiful pattern papers provided.

Thanks for reading and hope you gain some ideas shared.


  1. Magnificent details throughout this gorgeous card!

  2. Beautiful frame! Thanks so much for participating in the Crafty Friends Challenge.
    Hugs and smiles

  3. Fabulous frame, Janet!! A TDF! Are you a Papier DT? :)

  4. hi Janet, this is a BEAUTIFUL frame, wonderful wonderful stuff!!



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