|Hot glue, real or fake leaves, a background for frame,|
$1.00 plain frame from Michaels & paint
|This was plenty!|
|Design & put in your backing first, that way|
you don't crush any caps or have to wait for it to dry..
|I didn't want to leave the frame just plain wood|
so I decided to mix a bright green & brown to give me
the sage green I was going for the background
<--Here is the frame painted green. Also, I chose a red oak leaf so that it would stand out & it also matches most of the color scheme in my home. Let your frame dry and then start to glue on your acorn caps however you want
|I liked the mixture of light & dark caps|
Now you have your finished product! Also below, check out my friend Tiff's version of the fall plain frame transformed! Loved hers! I wanted to put them side by side but she took hers home. We'll have to get her to send a pic of where she placed it when her and her hubby get back from China! As always: Happy Crafting!
|Tiffany Peck ladies & gentleman!|
|Simply Stunning! & I love how she put the backing I used|
around the frame and used burlap for the actual backing! Miss you Tiff!