Friday, May 27, 2011

Friends With Flair!!

Hello everyone.. welcome FRIDAY!!
I have this great project to share you with you all today. The great thing is at 12 noon today you can head on over to the Unity Blog and I will share the Tutorial on how I made the frame for my project...
 FUN FUN FRIDAY!!

Ooh La La

I had seen a frame made like this a couple of weeks ago and finally yesterday had to just figure out how to make it. These amazing Samantha Walker stamps were just perfect for this Home Decor piece.
The best thing is that stunning Doily was brought to me by my MIL on her recent trip to Europe. I just love the flower shape of it. Perfect for this SW Ooh La La set.
Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Angie

14 comments:

Angela Fehr said...

Ooh la la, Angie! That is so pretty and I love the frame!

Carol said...

What a gorgeous shadow box! I love the vintage, French theme.

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007@gmail.com

NoraAnne said...

Oh Angie, this is stunning, just GORGEOUS! I can't wait to see your tutorial! Have a great weekend :)

Eva said...

Angie, this is AMAZING!!!!! And the funny thing I am planning on making a framed art just like this....you are inspiring me even more now!!!! Hugs...

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Great frame.

sharon g said...

So gorgeous! I need to make one for my "new" computer room.

jennifer mitten said...

This is so gorgeous!

Toni K said...

Angie, this is spectacular! So beautiful!!! You rock!

Sara Henton said...

Holy freakin Dinah!! I am so in love with this. And thank you so much for sharing the tutorial

Kim Cook said...

Angie - This is so beautiful!

Kary said...

Hi Angie! This is an AWESOME project!! I love it! Thanks for sharing, I must try it sometime. Have a lovely weekend ;){hugs}

Anne said...

Beautiful! I love all your layers!!

Jennifer Roach said...

Ohhh laa laa this is GORGEOUS Angie!! I have a few of those Dollarama shadow boxes floating around somewhere....LOVE what you did with it :)

Karen L said...

This is so beautiful! Love the dimension and the texture on the frame..Wow!