Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Easter Egg Art Frame with Craftwell

Are you starting to think about Spring....
How about Easter?
I love it all, lol. 
Today I am sharing with you how to make a fun Easter Egg Art Frame using some of your fabulous Craftwell products along with the Cut N Boss. 
First you will need to cut three ovals or if you have a die cut three of them from pattern paper. 
 Pick three of your favorite Craftwell embossing folders....
I KNOW.... 
That will be hard, lol. 
I selected the Love Triangles, Honeycomb and In Love Embossing Folders. 
Place one egg into each folder an run through the Cut N Boss using two A and D Platform.
 Ink prepared eggs with distress ink using a blending tool.
 Die cut Honeycomb Die from Teresa Collins Memory Pocket Die Collection using pattern paper. 
(I like to put adhesive on the back of my intricate pieces prior to cutting them.)
Also...die cut Easter letters. 
will need to cut using the Cut N Boss with two A plates, B plate, metal shim and D platform.
 Die cut three of the doily dies using the two A plates. 
Ink edges using brown ink and distress tool.
 Place Seasonal Impressions Spring Paper that has been lightly distressed using a sanding block to the inside of frame. 
Decorate each of the eggs using the honeycomb die cut and pattern paper.
 Fussy cut images from pattern paper. 
Layer some together with pop dots.
 Add gemstones and pearls to decorate the eggs.
 Mat die cut letters with brown card stock. 
Add to frame, staggering them out. 
 To finish your Easter Egg Art Frame.... grab a few random buttons and twine. 
Add them to the corners with glue dots.
 I hope you have enjoyed my Easter Egg Art Frame
More importantly I hope I have inspired you to create one for yourself. 
Until next time

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