Whatcha all doin' today? I hope you're out junkin or doing something fun, because I've been stuck upstairs on paint project #2 all week! I'm also working on stamping some brand new release eye candy that I'll be showing soon, but in the meantime, I thought I'd share a fun project that I did while I was on the Dirty Dozen (Splitcoaststampers). I used a bunch of Crafty Secrets products for this little vintage kitchen frame, including their Cooking Cotton scraps & their "Kitchen Classics" stamp set. I used silver detail embossing powder on the fork, knife and spoon, so that they look 3-d and dimensional!
I love to score dirt cheap little frames at garage and estate sales.... I scored this frame for .10 cents. To make the wall hanging, I cut some scrap cardboard to fit the frame, altered the front of the cardboard, and then after I was done, I glued a large strip of magnet to the back to hold it to the fridge. The large red pom poms are another score of a deal I got, from a sweet little older lady's garage sale up at the lake last year. She sold me a whole slew of vintage pompom trim for $1.00. I have to credit Vicki Chrisman for starting me on that addiction! THANKS VICK!
Here is the fridge magnet on my fridge! So note to self, score more cheap-o frames on next junkin trip!
Hope your weekend is lovely and sunny!