So my project for today's post is a name frame that I made as a gift. A couple from our small group at church just had a baby girl and I wanted her to have something personal and you can't get more personal than your name, right? So here it is:
I used my Cricut to cut the letters, the shaped layer and the butterfly. I inked all the edges using my new Clearsnap inks! It's hard to tell from the picture but I also stamped a flower pattern on the cream shaped layer using curry colored Clearsnap ink. The frame was originally black but I spray painted it using Krylon ColorMaster paint in a watermelon color. I'm so happy with how it turned out. I super glued the flowers on the outside and added some pretty gems to the inside to finish it off.
Here's the card I made to go along with the gift. All the patterened papers are by s.e.i.. The shapes are cut from the Cricut and the hearts were embossed using the Texture Boutique. Again I used my new Clearsnap inks for the edges and the sentiment. I used Curry, Berrylicious & Arctic Deep inks.
Thanks for stopping by and having a look.
Hope you're having a wonderful craft-filled day.