Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Creative License Blog Hop

Thanks for cruisin' to my stop on the Club Scrap Creative License Blog Hop.


This month I've created a frame with the Creative License Club Stamp Quad Print. The frame holds a picture from a trip to New York City to visit my brother.


I came across a used wooden frame in my basement. The front and sides had been painted medium brown, so I just left it.


1. Cut the Quad Print into fourths. Adhere the pieces to the frame with CS Bookbinding Glue and a foam brush. Completely cover the frame with paper and allow it to dry.




2. Remove excess paper by sanding along the edge of the frame. The distressed edges are a nice touch.



3. Embellish the frame with ribbon, a metal charm, and a personalized license plate made with rubber stamps. (The Creative License Jumbo stamp set is perfect for making custom plates!)







Next on the hop is the talented DebDuzScrappin. Enjoy!!!

I'll leave you with this great Creative License rubber stamped quote . . .



Thank you for stopping,
Kay


20 comments:

  1. love the use of the quads for the frame!

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  2. Another great frame idea, Kay.It seems were were in the same frame of mind this month!

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  3. So pretty and you have of course put your own individual stamp on it.

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  4. So pretty and you have of course put your own individual stamp on it.

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  5. What fun to up cycle this wood frame. Love these quad prints on your project, perfect!!

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  6. OMG! I love when I see projects and immediately think I need to make that! I just love the license plate date stamp! Pinning!

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  7. Love the license plate idea - so many possibilities!

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  8. Love the license plate idea - so many possibilities!

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  9. Beautiful! You can get a lot of mileage from those quad prints. They are beautiful! I love the frame!!!

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  10. Oh I love making frames and this one is awesome with the quad! Wicked cool. TFS!

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  11. Oh I love making frames and this one is awesome with the quad! Wicked cool. TFS!

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  12. What a fun idea, I love the multi-colored paper!

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  13. Love the look of the distressed/sanded edges-what a great way to make it fit exactly! Love it!

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  14. Thanks so much for the generous comments, it's so fun crafting & posting when knowing you guys are going to pop in!

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  15. I adore this frame! The distressing adds just the right touch. Leave it to you to add all those special little details that make this a real keepsake.

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  16. Thank you - I really like this and see plans for one very similar.....

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  17. The distressing is beautifully done! I never thought to distress instead of trimming. Looks very vintage. Your trip looked fabulous!

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  18. Super creative idea of decorating the frame...a true treasure!

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