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I am drawn towards art which serves a purpose and helps the environment as well. Art with found objects like plastic bottles and salvaged wood chunks is so much fun and gratifying too.
I love giving a new lease of life to the forsaken, the forgotten, and the overlooked items lying in the corners of our home.
Old, beat up photo frames are some of my favorite ‘patients’
Today I am using some twigs from my backyard and a picture frame which did not have a backboard and lacked a glass front as well – perfect for this project.
- Glue gun
- Spray paint
- washi tape
- foam heart embellishments (flowers, leaves, stars or any other embellishments can be used.)
- Cardboard (stripes of cardboard for support in the back)
love the pops of color (reds and pinks) on the mat grey frame.
I believe, crafters can breath life into any mundane object with their glue guns and some spray paint 🙂
This frame is ideal as a handmade gift or perfect to adorn the Valentine days mantle.
I hope you liked this frame and might consider attempting something similar.
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