Sunday, March 23, 2014

Altered Art with Spicy Social Soup

Today I made a altered picture frame with Jillibean Soup paper collection Spicy Social Soup. The colors in this collection are right on trend for 2014 and are easy to find the same colors in your or your child's closet. And that will make scrapbooking a breeze. Now onto my altered art. I purchased a plain black picture frame from Wal-Mart.

I painted the sides of the black frame with Tim Holtz Distressed Paint Sky Blue.

For the front I used red tacky tape and covered the whole front side. You could use and heavy duty tape or wet glue. Then I cut a matching color cardstock from the Bazzill paper collection, and matted the front .

The Paper Forest carries the entire line of Bazzill Cardstock. You must stop by and see their wall of color. Do you remember the circle paper that I mention in my last post called 1 part app.

I have a can of spray glitter that I purchased from my last trip to the Scrapbook Expo. This is perfect for me because I am addicted to all things glittery (or distracted by) With this can you can make any paper a glittery piece of art. So you might understand that after this glittery step I forgot to take a picture of covering the matting.

I glued the circles randomly to the frame and added the sticker letters to spell out #junior.

Thank You for reading and have a crafty day.

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