Thursday, 24 February 2011

Queen of Hearts Frame



I felt in the mood to make something girly using some lovely beaded trim I got on e bay. I used one of the small collage frames from Crafty Individuals, and painted it Bronze. I cut a piece of the trim carefully around the design and stopped it fraying with a dab of glue and adhered it to the top of the frame. I dabbed a little Mustard Seed and Tattered Rose Distress Ink on a 2 inch Stampbord tile to match the Spring background paper and stamped it with the Queen of Hearts stamp CI 139. I sanded around the edge of the tile.

The embellishments are two more of the moulds I have been making. The rose is from the Primark jewellery I bought the other day, and the heart is from a Tim charm.

13 comments:

  1. Fab frame Lucy, loving the colours !!

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  2. I had problems linking t oyour Blog this a.m.
    Oh drooling over that trim. I won't ask you to divulge your source. I do look but incredibly expensive.
    This is lovely .
    Lynne x

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  3. This is a P.S. CONGRATULATIONS I didn't know you were working for Crafty Individuals. Fantastic news. So proud of you.Lynne xx

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  4. That trim is fabulous, and how come I didn't spot it when I visited, LOL. Gorgeous little piece. xx

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  5. Both of these frames are gorgeous Lucy! What did you use to make the bottle mold? They look beautiful.

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  6. Lovely frame loving the image too!

    Love Dawn xx

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  7. Wow! This is exquisite - so beautiful with that gorgeous trim and your delicate coloring, and the wonderful charms.

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  8. Loving this Lucy, so beautiful and such a fab trim. Annette x

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  9. this is so lovely! beautiful art and lovely embellishments!

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  10. I love your Queen of Hearts frame Lucy, beautiful colours and embellishments
    xxx Hazel.

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  11. Love this frame and the one of the previous post - so pretty and detailed.

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  12. Wow, that is some fantastic trim! The oiece is beautiful.

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