Mod Podging Around!
So I wanted to share other projects I have done in the past using wood frames, acrylic & glitter paint by Plaid; sequins, paper, glitter, Quick Snippers and mod podge.
Now I am not or have I ever used the sequins that come all strung together, the ones I use are all lose and have tons and tons of these in different colors. So I decided to use them on these frames, now how long it took, who knows, all I know is it was a really long time, and it actually helped me to relax.
I didn't do any sketches, once I started it all just took shape on it's own. I Love each of these frames, but my two favorites are the multi color with different designs, and of course the one I made for my daughter's picture of her sweet 15th bday.
|here is the "SUNSHINE" frame - all painted in yellow - then used three different colors of sequins that were individually mod podge to the frame|
|this frame "ARTSY" was first painted all in white - then took different tones of pink and purple paint, and then made designs using different colors of sequins again glued with the mod podge|
|"Blue for You" frame - a light blue paint used and then three different colors of sequins were used|
|here is another frame I painted all white then just added different colors of sequins in different patterns, so I decided to call this frame "DIRECTIONS"|
I have added two other frames that are my favorites, these two are "butterfly in flight" and the "Family Memories"; these are done using papers, the butterfly one I also used the foil you get with your take out mexican dinners that is used to wrap the tortillas or "shells". I punched out flowers out of this foil so it is a partly recycled project.
Now Limiri LLC came out with this great tool called Quick Snippers, it has six scissors, each has a different design, and I used this tool to cut out all the papers I used on these two frames - you can see the edges of the papers, it shows the designs you get from this tool, which I think is great because is like carrying 6 tools in one. , now all I used to glue all the materials to the painted frames was nothing more then mod podge. Take a look, hope you like these as much as I do.