Friday, June 22, 2012

Pinkalicious Blog Hop - Stamp Release

4th of July Frame

Welcome to the My Pink Stamper Pinkalicious Blog Hop. 
If you are just beginning then start at www.mypinkstamper.com
If you are coming from Edna, then you are right on track.

I will warn you that this has alot of pictures in it but 
I wanted to show you each step in making this frame.


 Start with a bare wood frame.
I found this one at a yard sale.
Painted it with a water base red paint.

 Lightly paint some of the frame White using a straight edged paint brush.
I love look of distressed Americana decorations.
Sand frame till it looks the way you want.
I just found some sand paper we had at the house.
It was 180 grit and it worked great.

 Supplies & Instructions
 Stamps from My Pink Stamper - Yankee Doodle Stamp Set
Ink Pad - My Pink Stamper Serendipity Skies
Use Copic or Pro-Markers to color, then cut out.
Adhere using Scotch quick dry glue and foam squares.
Cricut Cartridge: Stand and Salute
Large Star: 2"
Small Stars: 1"
God Bless America: 2.4"
The sizes may change based on the size frame you work with.

Links for Products
  • The Yankee Doodle Kit and Darkest Night Ink Pad will go on sale at 12pm CST at Pumpkin Spice Shop. They sell out quick so be sure to get yours.
  • For more Projects done with these great stamps, visit My Pink Stamper, HERE.
  • To purchase the Yankee Doodle Kit, visit Pumpkin Spice Shop, HERE.
  • To Purchase a Darkest Night Ink Pad click HERE
  • They will be giving Yankee Doodle Kit away, so check out the details at My Pink Stamper, HERE.






Next hop to Chelle's Blog 
to check out her amazing project.

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29 comments:

  1. Angela, I love the distressed look you've created on the frame. I love seeing different kinds of projects done with stamps. Thanks for sharing :)
    Jessica
    jrparlier@gmail.com
    http://jessica-fortheloveofcrafting.blogspot.com/

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  2. This is just such a fun project!

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  3. I love how you took this plain frame into something fabulous and repurposed it!!! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  4. Fabulous distressed frame, Angela! GREAT project :)

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  5. Great idea! I really need a new frame too!

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  6. What a beautiful frame. thank you for sharing

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  7. always love seeing new ideas

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  8. Gorgeous frame! I too love distressed Americana items, and you just created a beautiful one!! The stamps finished it off perfectly! Great job, and TFS!

    izzyw0611@yahoo.com
    creatingexpressionsoflove.blogspot.com

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  9. Angela! This framed turned out SUPER!! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with all of us!

    Hugs,
    Robyn

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  10. Great project thank you for giving us all kinds of Ideas!

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  11. I love this frame - I am going to have to make one! My anniversary is the 4th of July - so I can put an anniversary picture in it - thanks for the inspiration!
    Noelle
    herzigfam@yahoo.com

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  12. Love your project..I hope to "steal" it!

    jnvwhitaker1 at cox dot net

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  13. Very cute frame! Love how you painted it and gave it a more vintage look! Fabulous job!

    www.jeannespapercrafts.com

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  14. Very attractive! Love the antiqued look.

    Sheri R

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  15. Wow, I love altering frames, beautiful!!! TFS
    Gina
    creationsbyGina.blogspot.com

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  16. So pretty,love how you jazzed up a plain frame.

    Debbie

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  17. Nice frame and good way to showcase the new stamp release.

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  18. love your frame thanks for the instructions

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  19. This is cute frame, thanks for the tutorial. I'll have to try this!

    lflinesatcomcastdotnet

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  20. Very cute! I like that you made it look sort of rustic with the red paint.

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  21. LOVE the frame. What a great decoration for your home.

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  22. Great frame Angela -- love how you put it all together. :)

    Tracy

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  23. Angela your frame looks fabulous, the images really pop off of that distressed red paint!!

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  24. This is super cute.
    great job on the frame.
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  25. YOur project is so adorable! Love this picture! Awesome job! Thanks for sharing with us and have a wonderful day! lindagk23ataoldotcom

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  26. What a neat frame and picture. Thanks for sharing the details in making this project.
    Hazel
    hdhall6002@sbcglobal.net

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I love reading all your wonderful comments.