Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Hanging Art

Happy Tuesday!

This is the one of the projects we made last night during our monthly stamp club meeting. It's a hanging chipboard coaster frame. Sorry about the photos, we don't like to put pictures of our kids on the web. Hope you still get the idea for how this frame looks when completed.

To make the frame you will need 3 chipboard coasters or more if you want to make your frame longer. You'll also need some printed paper, I used Summer Picnic DSP from Stampin' Up!. For the final touches, you'll need a cropadile to punch the ribbon holes, ribbon to tie the coasters together, and other decorative embellishments.

Cover your coasters with the printed paper. I used Mono adhesive, but you could use glue, to adhere the paper. Then punch the holes for hanging and threading the coasters together. Add ribbon to attach them. Finish by adding photos and embellishments. Hang it up!

Too easy...hope you'll give this scrapping idea a try. Happy Stamping!!

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9 comments:

Alexandra said...

Totally adorable Denise!! We made one of these from Leaderhip, I just love them!! Maybe a good time to make another one....hmmmm....*STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

desirée said...

I need to try one of these out! Looks so great:)

Lauren said...

This is such a great idea. Your execution is perfect! The colors just pop.

elisa said...

I love this.It would make a great gift.x

Erin... said...

this is too cute. what's funny is at first, i thought you used punches to make spots for pictures!!

LuvCraftn said...

I love this!! I've been so crazy I haven't really had any time to spend in blogland!! I can't believe all the great stuff I have missed on your page!! It's great to be back. :-) Have a Happy Wednesday!

Jo said...

Another wonderful idea and it sounds so quick and easy to make....will have to have a go at this one.

Lynn said...

What a cute project!

Vicki Parson said...

What a fabulous idea!! Love this! TFS! :)