Lately I've been noticing patterned and fabric covered frames in thrift shops and antique stores. Lots of them are from the 1980s with gorgeous (and somewhat faded) botanical prints. After noticing several of them I started to fall in love with the idea of patterned frames and decided to try my hand at making one...or two. Using some of my favorite products and inexpensive dollar store frames, I whipped these together and I absolutely love them! They are currently the crown jewels in my dining room and I will definitely be making a few more. When you see something you love, my creative friends, why not try to make it? You never know what will happen. xo, Mark!
Love the funky cotton fabric I chose for these!
A selection of fabrics that I may use in the future for a similar project.
Hot glue and silicone molds (from Re-Design with Prima) are a fantastic way to add
some architectural flair to a simple project like this!
Everything I used for this project:
RE-DESIGN WITH PRIMA Decor Transfers: https://bit.ly/3TtFho9?aff=59 and https://bit.ly/3AE60WD?aff=59 RE-DESIGN WITH PRIMA Silicone Moulds: Regal Trimmings https://bit.ly/3AFhF7s?aff=59 Etruscan Accents Silicone Mould: https://bit.ly/3PY6FI4?aff=59 Re-Design with Prima Decor Wax: https://bit.ly/3Bl2UZE Xyron Creative Station: https://bit.ly/2yuW31n Surebonder Glue Guns & Products: https://amzn.to/3bOpfiZ MY AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/markmontano
I keep my fabric projects wipeable by coating them with lacquer.
Minwax Polycrylic, in all different sheens, is my favorite!
Get out there and MAKE YOUR MARK!
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