Wednesday, July 15, 2015

American Crafts | Die Cuts Frame

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It's Die Cuts week on the American Crafts Blog, and I've got a fun framed project, showing how you can use your die cuts to create home decor.

1. Paint a white frame with your choice of acrylic paint.
Tutorial 1

2. Choose die cuts that you want to use in your frame. Place them on the frame backing to get an idea of placement, and snap a photo on your phone for reference.
Tutorial 2

3. Trace the frame back onto the backside of the patterned paper you want to use hen use your paper trimmer to cut it down to size.
Tutorial 3Tutorial 4

4. Add adhesive to the back of your patterned paper and adhere it to the frame back.
Tutorial 5

5. Place each of your die cuts in your sewing machine to add some stitching.
Tutorial 6

6. Start placing your die cuts on the patterned paper you added to the frame back. You can reference your phone photo to check for placement.
Tutorial 7

7. Add the glass back in your frame and put the frame back in place.
 Tutorial 8

8. Finish your frame by adding a few more die cuts and a pleather bow to the top and bottom.

Supplies: Serendipity (369200) - Bright Blueberry, Serendipity (369218) - Die Cut Cardstock Shapes, Serendipity ( 369215) - Enamel Dots, Serendipity (369217) - Pleather Bows

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