Why use boring old photo frames when you can make your own Popsicle Photo Displays? This brilliant tutorial is brought to us by Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, Belly Lau. Belly has created this project in celebration of our July #G45Summer Challenge using our Ephemera Queen paper collection. We encourage you to grab your bright and bold papers and follow along with this fun video tutorial .
Popsicle Photo Display Tutorial
By Belly Lau
“Hi happy crafters, Belly’s here today and I would like to show you this Popsicle Photo Display with supper fun swing photos inside, when shaking the popsicle, the photos inside will swing left and right!
This project features the Graphic 45 Ephemera Queen Collection, I love the bright colours so much; they are super cool for a summer project. I have chosen pink, yellow and green to be the primary colours of this photo display project. If you don’t have this collection, you can try also the Graphic 45 Mother Goose Deluxe Collector’s Edition, the yellow, orange and green are also a great pallet for the summer projects.
I did not fill up the inside of the popsicle with flowers this time, but I left space for the photos to swing, I put some shells at the bottom of the popsicle which are found on the beach with my kids instead, they are part of our memories.
For the background, I put three layers of curly-edged paper with foam tape which makes the scene dimensional and lively.
I covered the back of the popsicle with three different colours, this definitely makes the popsicle perfectly cool, whatever you like to display the front or the back. Can’t wait to see how to make this Popsicle Photo Display and the swing photos? Check out the YouTube video and get started!
Graphic 45 Supply List:
Ephemera Queen Die-cut Assortment
Other Materials I used:
Tiny Glass Beads (Optional, can use sand or other suitable materials instead)