Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Damask Divas Blog Hop-Sarita


Hi!  If you came from Roberta's blog then you are in the right place!  If you are here by chance, be sure to check out the full list of blog participants at the Damask Divas Blog.

I like to create home decor items so when I saw this frame at the gift shop where I work I had to buy it....I knew I would come up with something!   It's an open back frame and the inner opening is 6x6 inches.  I started by layering some chipboard (4 pieces of 6x6 inch) in the opening so my sentiment wasn't so "deep" into the frame. The sentiment piece and frame around the sentiment was cut at 3 1/2 inches. After I glued the frame to the sentiment, I inked the edges with Gypsy ink. The large flowers were made using the Sarita textiles and adhesive circles (just twist strips of fabric and beginning in the center, coil the strip around onto the adhesive. The smaller flower is made with (4) 1-inch circles that have been quartered and secured to an adhesive dot, then metal accent glued in the middle. The "ribbons" are also Sarita textiles.  I finished it off with black sparkles flourishes and the floral accents. The sentiment was then adhered with foam tape.  It went together pretty quickly!


Products used:
Wooden frame (available at most craft & hobby stores)
Sarita paper pack
Sarita textiles
Gypsy Exclusive Ink
Black Exclusive Ink
Stamp Set: Scrapbook Statements-Poets
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge
Sparkles Black Flourishes
Adhesive Dots
Base & Bling Floral Accents
Plain chipboard (found at most craft & hobby stores)

All of these products (except for the frame and the chipboard) can be purchased at CTMH!

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  1. The flowers are amazing!! how you made them? I need to order those textile, love them!! Great job!!

    1. There's actually instructions on making those flowers in the base & bling necklace kit...very easy

  2. Do you mind if I show this off at my gathering.... The customer wants to know more about decor...

  3. This frame is beautiful!! Would be so nice to have it on front door so everyone could see as they come in!!

  4. Really nice, great job! I love making home decor too :)

  5. Love the flowers Jamie! I didn't know you were a 'Damask Diva'! I've been following Mandy Leahy's blog for a bit now... So happy to get to start this new journey of being a consultant!

    1. small world!! So glad to have you on the team! You'll have to join our fb team page!

  6. Really, really cute! I love the flowers on it! Renae @

  7. Lovely Frame! Love the poem and also the project its self! Very lovely done! So fun! Love it!