Thursday, March 15, 2012

Altered Butterfly Frame by Amy

Amy Duff has a clever project to share today, an altered frame and coordinating tag. Amy says, "I took the We Got Your Border stickers from sheet #57001 Baby Boy and placed them on a tag. I then die cut a butterfly from the tag to make a frame and placed a picture behind it. A few butterfly punches and a little trim to embellish, and my tag is complete."

Amy then took the positive side and created a mini picture frame;

"This makes a cute little gift set give to new parents or grandparents and it's super easy to create! When I was making this, I was very careful to notice my sticker usage. Why you ask? Because I like to stretch my products as much as possible! This project takes a quarter of the sheet so you still have plently left to create cards, layouts, etc."


Jingle said...

This is very cute!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Love the idea of the negative and then using the butterfly on a frame, what a great use of goodies.

Virginia L. said...

Outstanding, Amy! I love the idea of stickers on diecut shapes!! Totally CASing this!

~jan said...

What a wonderful set, Amy! Any new parent or grandparent would love it! Great job with the baby boy border stickers!

Carolyn King said...

Awesome set , Amy!!! Love it!

Carolyn King said...

Awesome set , Amy!!! Love it!

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