Thursday, October 13, 2011

Frame Set continued

Frame set continued
by Nicole Nowosad
Supplies used from the LCOM store:
Pink Paislee Mistables - Scallop Canvas Trim
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze - Oil Slick
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist - Suede, Indian Corn, Tattered Leather, Patina, Olive, Electric Blue
Hi again! I am going to share with you the last few frames from my frame set project I shared with you the other day using Pink Paislee Mistables!

Along with the "home" frame, I made a frame for each of my three kidlets for the four frame grouping.

I wanted to use a different pattern from the collection pack for each frame, and different colours too.
 The home frame was the one that tied all the different colours and patterns together - remember that heart I made? It had all the different patterns on it that I used in each of these frames, in each of the colours to draw the project together.

Anyways.. here are the the kids!

For this first page, I spritzed some Electric Blue mist on the centre of the page, and then rubbed Oil Slick around the edges to create a darker look.
 I added a Crate Paper button, that I distressed with some Staz On Ink.. I punched out some stars in a different Mistable paper and misted it with Indian Corn (that red is my fave!)

This page was misted with Olive Green mist and a little glimmer glaze added to the very edge.
I rubbed it in good to blend lightly.
I lifted the idea of sewing the buttons into the pattern from the Pink Paislee team.. it is a great look! 
A few stamped stars finishes this one off. Love the yellow stars done with ink just near the edges of the star shapes.
 This last page was all done with that gorgeous Indian Corn colour. It is darker around the edges from more and more mist.. and really light throughout the middle of the page.
 I used the scallop edged trim to make the canvas flowers by sewing the thread through a gathering it in the center.. top it off with a pretty button and you are good to go! I really love the natural colour of the canvas trims and flowers..just because it is mistable.. doesn't mean you have to :)

I hope you have enjoyed this project as much as I have presenting it to you. I hope you will try something like this in your home and share it with us on the forum and gallery!

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Kathy Skou said...

Love how you tied it all together!

dlwidder said...

Beautifully done. Thanks for the detail shots!

JMCPhillips said...

Beautiful LO's, Nicole! Such a great home decor item!

Monique said...

Love this idea!! Beautiful LO's!!!