Hi All! Tami Mayberry here today with a quick and easy way to add custom designs to your Project Life albums, or any other scrapbook project. Measuring 4×6, this project also fits inside photo frames for displaying your favorite photos.
When I first saw this Instant Photo Frame die I knew it had to be added to my collection. Today, I am using it for a section of my Project Life album.
This die works great not only for giving photos that” instant photo” look, it’s perfect for changing the orientation of the photo. The page I wanted to put this photo in was a portrait shape but the photo was landscape. By using this die for a frame I was able to get a unique look and change the orientation at the same time. The bottom space is also great for adding journaling or a date too!
To begin, I simply cropped my photo to fit within the frame. I’ve found the easiest way to do so, for me, is to lay it over the photo and line the edge up with the cutting groove of my cutter. I then remove the frame and cut the edge. For the second cut I cut at the desired width measurement.
For this project, once the photo was cropped, I began assembly. I cut the green cardstock to 4″x6.” I then cut a piece of blue slightly smaller than that and layered them together.
Next, I added the photo. I placed it at a slight angle but kept actual the image upright.
I then attached the die-cut Instant Photo Frame over the photo with foam squares.
I attached a set of photo corners, also cut with the Instant Photo Frame die. I die-cut and added the year using my Chip Block Alphabet. You could also add any journaling or other info in the open area of the frame or bottom of the card as well.
Finally, I wrapped the panel with some twine and tie on a die-cut button from the Button Card die. For this design I used a plain cardstock button; but, this could easily be cut from chipboard, fabric, felt or even coated with some Glossy Effects for more dimension.
And there you have it. Quick, easy and one-of-a-kind.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Twine: Bead Landing |
Adhesives: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L™ EZ Runner, 3D Foam Squares
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