Hello! A woman at my church asked me to help her make some Christian Wall Art for the church. She bought the frames at Walmart for $8.00 a piece and everything else is just paper scraps from my stash. She had three frames: two 8x10's and one 11x14.
After I got an idea of what style she was looking for, I pulled out multiple paper stacks from my collection and had her pick out six sheets of paper that she liked the most. The stack she chose was from DCWV "Old World Stack". The animal prints came from DCWV 'Animal Stack'.
After the papers were chosen, I had her lay out a design that she liked, and then I cut them. The edges of all the papers were inked with Chocolate Chip ink before being glued down to a piece of card stock.
The words were made with my Cricut Machine. Each piece was then finished of with adhesive crystals.
The largest, center picture is the focal point of the art work. So we decided to add a cross to make that one different. We also changed the order of the designer papers. The cross was cut with a Spellbinder's Nestability die and then we added four gold rhinestones to it.
The entire project took four hours with two people working on it. If I were doing it by myself, it would have taken twice as long. The only cost was the frames, since I already had everything we needed to complete the project.
Have a great day! Amy
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Beautifully done, Amy! Would love to see a photo of these up on your friends wall!!! You are so creative!ReplyDelete
Loving that wall decor. I'm definitely a sucker for home decor. I cannot wait to redo a bunch of things come spring time!ReplyDelete
What a trio of beautiful decors! I love the crystals & those letters. I will have to show these frames to the ladies at my church if they would be interested in doing something like this. Thanks for the ideas & sharing the project. Enjoy your week, Amy!ReplyDelete
Y'all did a great job, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Great inspirational wall art, love it!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful, Amy. And such a wonderful idea!ReplyDelete
Oh wow ! Fab creations, love them very much !ReplyDelete