Nicole Crafts 4 X 6 Victorian Fleur de Lis FrameBack to category
Nicole Crafts 4 X 6 Victorian Fleur de Lis Frame
Spray adhesive will become tacky and repositionable for stencils like in this project. These decorative frames from Nicole Crafts have a lot of surface for decorating. Whether you want to paint them, use Mod Podge decoupage, vinyl or whatever your favorite decorating medium of choice, these can be hung without even a photo in the middle! Show off your stamped or scrapbooked art, children's drawings or leave the opening...open.
- Time:1-2 hours (includes drying time)
1Remove backing and glass from frame. Apply stain to frame sides and inner edges of opening. Wipe off with a rag until you get the desired amount of stain. Allow to dry.
2Apply a coat of Mod Podge over front of wood frame with flat brush. Turn scrapbook paper so that back is facing you and press the Mod Podge coated side of the frame onto the back of the paper, pressing firmly. Turn frame over and make sure to press out all air bubbles. Allow to dry, then cut off all excess using craft knife.
3Lightly sand edges. Apply another coat of Mod Podge over top to seal paper to wood. Allow to dry thoroughly.
4Apply a very thin, streaky layer of Spa Blue paint to frame backing using flat brush. Allow to dry.
5Spray back of stencil with spray adhesive and allow to dry slightly. Apply to blue frame backing. Using pouncer and Burnt Umber paint, pounce out stencil design. Remove stencil.
6Allow to dry, then sand over design to distress. Place backing into frame.
7This is just a suggestion for what to put inside of the frame. Also try using your favorite photo, found objects or a family member's silhouette.