Decorated Frames….. and some stamping too!

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Todays project was planned as one thing, but changed along the way to be something a little bit different! Stampin' Up! UK watercolour wings stamping tutorial

My big plan was a video tutorial decorating this photo frame. However, I started making my sample, added the two butterflies and a bow of Dotted Lace trim, and decided it as so gorgeous it didn’t really need any more – or really warrant a video tutorial either! However, the butterflies IN the frame (also beautiful!) could do with some explanation! The frame came from Asda for about £1.50

I am loving the Watercolour Wings bundle. This great stamp set, comes complete with two dies, one to cut the whole stamped butterfly and another smaller to coordinate with the Butterfly Thinlits dies.

Stampin' Up! Decorated Frames Home decor stamping butterflies

There are so many ink colours here. The framed version uses; Mint Macaron, Bermuda Bay, Delightful Dijon, Wisteria Wonder and Soft Sky. While the un-framed one uses; Lost Lagoon, Mint Macaron, Pink Pirouette, Melon Mambo and Crushed Curry.

The Watercolour Wings stamp set includes three stamps to make this butterfly (plus four to layer a smaller butterfly, some accent pieces and sentiments). The most solid stamp should be stamped first, with the detailed pieces layering over the top. This is a photopolymer stamp set, so layering up those stamped images is super easy too!

Stampin' Up! UK watercolour WIngs

I couldn’t leave without a close up of that lovely die-cut on the frame. The larger butterfly is from the Butterflies Thinlits dies set, and is die cut from Wisteria Wonder Card stock, with the smaller Mint Macaron butterfly from the Bold Butterflies thinlits layered onto with some Tombow glue. The 1″ Dotted Lace Trim ties into a beautiful bow too. I used Tombow to adhere the embellishment to the frame, and left it to dry overnight.

Beautiful!


Stampin' Up! UK classes mail order watercolour wings



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Hannah Wilks

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