4.02.2012

Spring decorating with frames...


While browsing at Michael's a few weeks ago, I noticed some adorable pre-cut wooden frames.  I picked one up right away, knowing how good my "Cloudless" blue paint would look on it! (See my other uses for "Cloudless" in my other Spring Decorating projects HERE and HERE!


I cut some scrabook paper to fit in the frame, as well as some thicker cardstock paper to hold the scrapbook paper in place better.

I got to work painting the frame.

Then I hot-glued one of my fabric rosettes in the corner.

Here it is up on the wall!
I love decorating for Spring, especially when it's inexpensive! The frame cost $2.99!

Hope everyone is having a great start to Spring, and almost ready for Easter coming up in less than a week.

If you have a minute, browse through my other in-expensive Spring decorating projects! Learn how to incorporate your leftover glass food jars into your Spring decor!

Stay tuned for more latest finds and Spring decorating!

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7 comments:

  1. What a pretty great idea! It's so pretty and inexpensive. I want to make a few for my daughter's room.

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  2. Hi Ashley,

    I have a feeling the code doesn't work on Blogger. You may have to remove the div code in the beginning to get it to work. But, that's just a theory. When I use the code on a Wordpress hosted site, it works fine. Weird, right?
    Thanks for posting to the party! I appreciate it! :-)

    Cheers,
    Jessica

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  3. Thanks for sharing this at {Homemade By You} Ashley!! LOVE this! :) So pretty!

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  4. stumbled onto your blog via the blog hop and just wanted to leave you a little blog luv! Def enjoyed this post!! VERY VERY cute and i LOVE that color new follower :-)

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  5. Visiting from the Wow Me Wednesday party at Ginger Snap Crafts....

    What a beautiful frame! Love the paper you chose and the flower is such a nice touch. Great job!

    sara @ applestonedrive.blogspot.com

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  6. This is a GREAT idea. I do something like this for Christmas sometimes where I wrap up my wall pictures and decorate them like presents. Thanks for sharing your fabulous idea.

    Jessie @ http://thethriftinessmiss.blogspot.com/

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  7. Hey there!

    You got yourself a feature on VintageMauve.com. Congratulations!

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