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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Fall Frames

I worked on several new frame designs over the past few days.  I used the burlap ribbon I scored at an estate sale earlier this summer to give some of them a little extra texture and flair.


I love the sheer tiger print ribbon layered over the burlap for contrasting softness.  There was only 3 yards of that burlap ribbon, I can already tell I’m going to have to find some more!


And the vintage button in the center of the rose gives it just the perfect touch of bling, don’t you think?


Are you ready for college football?? I sure am!!


Another vintage jewel…this time I deconstructed a vintage earring to add some more texture and sparkle.



I also did some experimenting with the scrapbook paper I found last week. IMG_2632 Of course you know I had to add some extra sparkle, so there are tiny rhinestones on the flower and on the frame as well.

IMG_2633 IMG_2634 IMG_2638 IMG_2639 IMG_2640These frame are so fun and easy to make, I don’t know why I haven’t done them before now! I’ve got a black and white damask one in the works, it’s going to look fab!

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All of these and more are available in my Etsy Shop!


  1. Christy,
    You have been one busy gal! Love your talent!
    Burlap is a great fabric to add texture to a look. And of course, ya gotta have bling!
    Living it up at Lakewood,

  2. The frames look favorite is the first one with the burlap ribbon and the big, beautiful red flower!!

  3. I really love that first frame! The colors and textures are beautiful.

  4. Awesome job, girl! I love that burlap - that adds a lot of character, especially with the frame!

  5. The flower frames are all made extremely well. The rose is amazing.


  6. Such great fall touches!! I love how the scrapbook paper ones turned out!!


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