Thanks for joining us today! We have Brand Ambassador Katelyn Grosart here ready to frame your New Year right with her altered Seasons frame. This home decor piece is a picture of perfection, with a found frame and a few festive fussy cut embellishments, Katelyn has created something lovely to display or gift. Check it out below.
Season of Joy Altered Frame
By Katelyn Grosart
“ Hey G45 Fans! I love creating Christmas home decor and I while I was out at on of our local vintage shops, I found this perfect frame. To alter the frame, I used the new Seasons collection and ended up creating this beautiful Christmas altered frame. This home decor piece is perfect to display in your own home or give as a gift to a friend or loved one. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite Christmas beverage and enjoy the photos and tutorial of my Season of Joy Altered Frame”.
Tip:Cut elements from the Ephemera Cards and layer them in amongst fussy cut images from the patterned paper.
Tip: With the top right and bottom left corners embellished with fussy cut images, to finish the center ephemera card, add a photo corner sticker in the top left hand corner of the card.
Tip: Ink the edges of your fussy cut images to make them lightly pop off one another.
Tip: Layer lots of different flowers together to add dimension in the top right hand corner.
Altered Frame Tutorial
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Seasons 12×12 Pad
- Seasons 12×12 Patterns & Solids Pad
- Seasons Decorative Stickers
- Seasons Ephemera Cards
- Colorbox – Graphic 45 Decades Ink: Dark Cashmere
- Prima Marketing: Art Alchemey Metallique Wax – Aged Brass
- Ranger Ink: Blending Tool & Foam
- Misc: Frame
- Sookwang Tape, 3D Foam Squares & Liquid Glue
- Paper Trimmer, Scissors & Edge Distressor
Thanks for joining me today and I hope that you’ll recreate my Season of Joy Altered Frame at home.” ~Katelyn Grosart
Looking for more Seasons projects?
Check out this folio from Kathy Clement.
Pumpkin Spice Folio
By Kathy Clement
Tip: Add texture and dimension to a card design with ribbon, flowers, and textiles. The faux canvas bow is topped with burlap string and burlap primroses from Petaloo. I also tucked a couple of burlap leaves into the mix to add to the rustic feel of the card.
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Weekly Blog Contest
Just leave a comment here on the blog, Instagram, and/or Facebook to be entered to win! This week’s prize package includes an Off to the Races 12×12 Paper Pad, a Patterns and Solids 12×12 Paper Pad, Chipboard, Die-cut Banners, Shabby Chic Clock Keys, Black Regular Tag Album, and Celebrate Die-cut Tags, a $75 value! Winner will be announced here on the blog Friday, January 5th.
Thanks for joining us for this creative altered art frame by Katelyn and thanks to her for sharing it. Combining Graphic 45 with found objects is a great way to make something completely unique. Whether it be for your own home or gifts, altered are projects are always complemented by that vintage G45 style. We'd love to hear about your own altered pieces in the comments below.