BFF and I have been doing studio art that is appealing to both of us. A few pieces are worthy of hanging in our homes, but framing is just so darn expensive! After reading somewhere about slat framing, we decided to give it a go. Each frame, at most, cost $12, though it did require a little crapsmanship to make it happen. Read the rest of this entry
Cute kid, huh?! Warner is my friend Karen’s grandson, and I love this boy and this photo frame so much I just had to share. Karen created this craft and uses several to display a photo collage of her family. To create it, she used a black canvas and a frayed piece of burlap a little smaller than the canvas. Karen used glitter-threaded burlap, but that’s certainly not necessary. She dabbed some tan-colored paint around the mat’s edges, attached the the burlap to the mat with a spot or two of glue, and finished by gluing the clamp to the top. Cute, cute, cute!