26 February, 2010

Framing inspiring quotes

Creations by Kara
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A fun and easy project? Yep!
I found these cute round frames at Goodwill a long time ago. I originally used them to frame a foot and hand print of Macie when she was newborn. They were gold, I think, and I painted them white with acrylic craft paint.
I found them stashed away recently, and decided they needed to be re-used for something else.

I simply took the back off of them, and used the circle back to trace my favorite scrapbook paper in the same shape. Then, I got on my computer and typed out two of my favorite sayings. The font I used was called Little Lord Fontleroy, which I found on Dafont.com. Here's the direct link to that font. Love it, use it for everything lately! Just cut out your printed words, and glue onto your scrapbook paper, then insert in the frame.

I blinged it out with a vintage button, then tied some black ribbon around the hanging loop.
These are on my bathroom mirror. I attached them with a little rubber suction cup. Super cute, super easy!

Yes, my shower curtain is fabulous. I bought it a couple of years ago at the Sears Home store.. Who would've thunk?


Andy Porter said...

Such unique frames! I really love what you've done with them! They look great! Thanks for linking to Creative Cats this week!

Sarah Lou said...

oh they look so darling!!

Jane said...

These are beautiful, and so inspiring...love that! Thanks for linkin' up to Frugalicious Friday! And I followed ya too! :)


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