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OSAAT-Fabric, Ribbon or Lace

Good morning everyone, hope you are well! Here I am with my DT project for our 'Fabric, Ribbon or Lace' challenge at One Stitch at a Time this week. Ive started making my Christmas gifts in the hope I can get them all made in time! I chose to make a frame for a photo I took which I love of a wintery sunny day by the sea. I had printed this on Canvas so wanted to make a frame without glass so I didnt ruin the canvas look. I found frames in poundland and decided to use those. I covered the frame and inside of the frame with the gorgeous papers by Oase and embellished the swirls with pearls and added butterflies too.I added ribbon to the bottom of the canvas to lift the photo as the shingle on the beach was slightly dark without it.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Crafty Creations Challenges: Christmas is Coming
Nutcrafters: A Christmas Present
Crazy Amigo Challenge: Colours of Winter
Creative Card Crew: Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly: Ribbons and Pearls
Unstampabelles: Monochromatic
ABC Challenges: B is for Butterfly
Anything But a Card: Holiday
Ladybug Crafts: Monochromatic
Really Reasonable Ribbon: Anything But a Card with Ribbon

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  1. Elaine this is gorgeous. Caroline xxx

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  2. Beautiful project really frames the picture wonderfully!!!!

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  3. A great idea and beautifully done. Hazel x

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  4. Fabulous project i love the colour.

    Joan x

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  5. Very pretty scene and job on framing it.

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl Your Sister OSAAT DT
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com

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  6. Gorgeous! Love that photo, and it's so beautifully framed.

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  7. The frame suits the image perfectly! A great project and a lovely gift!

    Thanks for joining the Creative Card Crew challenge!

    Sheena
    xxx

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  8. This is beautiful - anyone would be really pleased to receive it!!

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  9. What a lovely gift idea....thanks for sharing it with us at Unstampabelles.

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  10. Beautiful frame - it fits the picture perfectly.

    Thanks for joining us at Nutcrafters.

    Helen x

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  11. How effective! Lovely photo too. Thanks for joining in the fun at Unstampabelles Mono challenge.

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  12. Such a lovely alteration to the frame Elaine, it really compliments your photo beautifully. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Anything But a Card and Good Luck!
    Danie xx

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  13. The frame really compliments your photo! Thank you for joining us at Really Reasonable Ribbon!
    Hugs
    Heather

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  14. Love the gentle swirls on the material. The colours match the photo really well. Thanks for sharing at Unstampabelles.

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  15. beautiful frame - the colors of your photo match your frame perfectly! thanks for playing along at really reasonable ribbon! - Vivian

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Thank you for your lovely comments, I really appreciate them all :-) Elaine-xxx-

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