Monday, December 2, 2013

You've been framed with H2H...

This week at H2H, we're challenging you to use "frames" as your inspiration. 

Now...this challenge can be interpreted all sorts of ways but from the very get-go, this project has always been about Christmas and some cheap $1 frames I got from Michael's dollar-bin.

Take a look...


I've had these frames for a while and bought them because I love how ornate they were and how cheap!!!  I mean who can pass up $1 frames!?!?!

I took off the back of the frames so I make them into magnets...It was unbelievably easy to remove the backs...
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added some magnet sheets I had lying around...
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Adhere the decorated focal piece to the back of the frame...
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Adhere the magnet sheet to the back...
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Use a layered snowflake as the "O" and voila...
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Here are some close-ups...



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I used several products that are on the retired list and will be GONE December 31st or when they run out...whichever comes sooner!  You can head over to my website or click on the picture to take you directly to that product...better get 'em now before they're gone for good!

http://scrappinkaty.ctmh.com/Retail/Product.aspx?ItemID=7399&CatalogID=2159

http://scrappinkaty.ctmh.com/Retail/Product.aspx?ItemID=6155&CatalogID=2159

http://scrappinkaty.ctmh.com/Retail/Product.aspx?ItemID=6160&CatalogID=2159

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Don't forget to go check out the other Design Team members' blogs and what "frame" inspiration they have to share!  Also, you have 'till the end of December to play along with this challenge as well as any other challenge in the weeks to come!  You can link up over at H2H's Blog!

3 comments:

Kigz said...

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these!!! What a great find!

Linda Pekrul said...

Wow! I REALLY love this! Great idea!

DebR said...

What a lovely project...great job!