I have a frame that I like to put in seasonal pictures. I use postcards, pretty paper or greeting cards. But to ring in the New Year I came up with a 10 minute craft project with sparkle.
There are two versions.
Use the straight edge and utility knife and cut a piece of gold and silver scrapbook paper to fit in the frame. Make sure you put a piece of cardboard underneath so you don’t cut the table surface. If you made the Shining Christmas Star you may have a piece of paper left from that project. That is what I did.
Use a coordinating piece of scrapbook paper and stencil a champagne glass and bottle on it. I have the Martha Stewart Holiday stencil. I have used it in so many different projects such as the Christmas coasters and the Building Blocks of Love and now this one.In this version, I drew it out and filled it in with a gold paint.
Put glue dots in the 4 corners of the paper with the picture and glue on the glitter paper.
Place in the frame. Easy Peasy as they say, don’t you think?
Cut a piece of the sparkle gold and silver scrapbook paper to fit inside of the frame like the 1st version. Cut the coordinating paper so the glitter paper borders it on all 4 sides.
Place the stencil on the paper. Use the gold paint pen and fill it in like you would with any other stencil. Put glue dots on the back of the smaller piece of paper and place on the glitter paper. Place in a frame.
There you have it, a 10 minute craft project with sparkle. I put the 1st version in a gold frame from Dollar Tree and the 2nd one in the white frame.
And you know this stencil can be used for all the holiday’s so you can use this technique all year round. I hope you give it a try. We need a little sparkle fix after taking down all of the lights and ornaments.
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