Jun 6, 2011

Altered Distress Frame

On top of making projects magnetic, I love to alter & beautify plain & drab items! Here is an inexpensive photo frame I picked up and altered. I used the Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint and distress ink on the frame. This was the fist time to use the Crackle Paint and I love the distress look! The paper is from The Angel Company and the verse used is computer generated. I used my Cricut to cut out the chipboard bird, birdcage, and swirls. The two windows on the right side of the frame are of course, magnetic, making it easy to add & change pictures if desired. The bird and button in those windows I made into magnets, so they can be used or removed easily as well. I had a lot of fun with this project, so I am sure I will be making more. If you would like to purchase this frame or would like me to customize one for you be sure to drop me an e-mail at: You can also visit my Zibbet store at: Dippity Dot Creations to see what other items I have for sale.

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