Thursday, October 20, 2011

Glue Dots Fun Fall Projects!!!

HI EVERYONE!! Happy Friday-eve! Hope you're having a great week.

This is my first post and projects as a Glue Dot's Dottess!!!
Im so excited! So glad I can share my projects with you!!!

My first project is a fall picture frame ... came out quite nicely! It was so much fun to make!
What do you think?

To piece everything onto the frame, I used lots of Glue DotsGlue Dots come in arrays of sizes and shapes and they stick SO well!! On this project I use Mini Glue Dots, Craft Glue Dots, Ultra Thin, Glue Lines and Pop Up Glue Dots.  For the images I used some stamps designed by Me for The Craft's Meow and some twine from The Twinery! :)

To make the frame, here are the instructions and the supplies below that:

1. Use some stamps and stamp them on cardstock using memento ink.
2. Fussy cut them out and paper piece them together (if needed)
3. Use your glue dots and place them how you want them on your frame.
4. Draw your swirly lines around your frame, use some Glue Dot Lines and follow your line around with the glue. Then add your twine.
5. Add a picture and enjoy it each fall!!

1- Ikea Picture Frame
Glue Dots Lines, Pop Up, Ultra Thin, Craft and Mini
Stamps of your choice
Colored Cardstock
Memento Ink - Black

Next I did a sweet little card for fall!

I paper pieced (one of my favorite techniques) this fun owlkey! :) For him I used some Glue Dots Craft and Pop Ups to paper piece the cardstock onto the card. 

Glue Dots Craft and Pop Ups
Memento Ink

Thanks for stopping by and letting me share my first project for Glue Dots with you!!
Have a great day!!

Jenny Suchin


Dawn T said...

gorgeous projects Jenny

Laurel said...

Yay, love your projects!

Lisa Elton said...

Congrats on your 1st DT post happy for you! Your projects are adorable!

Tammy said...

Super cute pic of your family! Adorable frame!

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

So very cute and congrats on the DT position!

Unknown said...

this is so sweet! the loopy twine border is the perfect finishing touch. great job!

Anonymous said...

Ooo! Love the idea of a twine frame! :) Great projects!