Thursday, March 17, 2016

Deflecto Hop: Framed!


The Stampendous team has been having fun all week playing with the Deflecto team and some of their great products. Deflecto was kind enough to send the Stampendous team some awesome items, one of which I am sharing with you today. There are some awesome prizes up for grabs, and you can learn all about them at the Stampendous and Deflecto blogs.

I used 2 stencils for this frame. Cathedral Windows Small and Large. For the small, I used Copper Embossing Paste, and for the Large, I used Pearlescent. I sprinkled Lavender Glass Glitter over the wet paste, as will as a little Silver Micro Glitter.


I went for imperfect, slightly random patterns. I wanted it to go past the black edge a bit. I needed to allow dry time between sections, so as to not smudge what I had already laid down.


I used a fairly neutral palette, so that I can swap out the photo easily and it it will still coordinate. I'll have another project to share tomorrow, and I can't wait for you to see it! Below are the rest of the folks that have projects today, so please be sure to visit and leave some love for everyone. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

11 comments:

Pam B said...

Great layout!

barbara macaskill said...

LOVE your choice of stencils!! Your frame has gone from blah to OOOOOO BABY!! LOVELOVELOVE it! TFS`

Viki Banaszak said...

Gorgeous!!! I love the Cathedral Windows design. I am going to have to get the small one now that I have seen how beautifully they work together.

Mary Holshouser said...

Like the randomness of the stamping.
Great framing
thanks for sharing.

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Quite lovely! Love the stencil you used.

NicoleN said...

Nice frame and varied stenciling.

Jean said...

This is wonderful! Great stenciling!

D.Ann C said...

Oh, that turned out super cool!!

Sue D said...

Wonderful--great choice of colors and stencils.

Vee said...

Great job!!!

Christine Kiehl said...

Stencils rock! Nice job on this frame! You can change the photo as pleased and add more if you want. I am really beginning to see the versatility of them!