In keeping with a lemony summer theme, I created some fun altered art in the forms of a wooden photo frame stand, a magnetic note holder and a fun greeting card. Here is a photo of the completed altered photo frame:
And a close-up of the embellishments. Note the cute, little ladybug!
And here is a coordinating note holder. I started with a plain, wooden 1-1/4" x 4-1/2" clothespin,
added paint, paper, Mod Podge, ribbon, a mini sunflower, and voila:
a note or photo holder matching the wooden frame.
And an extra bonus:
I made a gift card holder using leftover paper and a library card pocket,
then clipped this onto the wooden holder!
And here's the card I created which I turned into a birthday card for a dear friend.
So, when life throws you lemons, well....you know what to do!
Super cute! I love how a dollar stamp sparked all of that creativity, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I absolutely love this!! I've seen altered work that I didn't care for, but I have looked through tons of your posts and LOVE everything you've made!! Great job. And thanks for commenting on my blog! And I have some leftover shutters I needed an idea for...so thanks!!ReplyDelete
Adorable! Great job.ReplyDelete
this is so cute, I love your style. The frame you made with the cork board came out so cute and love the colors. What a great idea to have a theme party, the garden theme idea was really cute.ReplyDelete
We are practically neighbors!! I live in Pico Rivera but spend quite a bit of time in down town LA where I work.
I'm so glad to find your blog, I love it.
Thanks for stopping by mine, please visit any time. Hope you have a great day!
Your blog is great Doreen! I became a follower so I can come back and ANALYZE all of your awesome pictures. Thanks for visiting my blog at bles-id.blogspot ... you are invited back ... and if you ever want to share, I'd love you as a guest! JulesReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and commenting :) I love your stuff on here. Super darling. I am your newest follower.ReplyDelete
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