Have I mentioned how much I love autumn yet?? Yes? Oh. Well now you have to “hear” it again because today’s post is just screaming fall goodness! It just doesn’t get much better than a little boy in a pumpkin patch.
I am featuring this altered frame project at Right at Home Scrapbooking. It features the Harvest Market line from Lily Bee, which is on my favorites list right now! I adore the rich colors and versatile patterns.
You'll notice that I completely removed the cardboard backing and the glass from this. I decided it would be more fun and give me more options if I treated the center more like a shadow box. This way I get a lot more dimension and layers on there.
Pretty much everything I make these days has a touch of burlap. It's super inexpensive at your local fabric store and can be used for backgrounds, craft projects, or even like a "ribbon" like I did here. I simply cut a strip and used my hot glue gun to form the bow.
I tucked part of a kraft doily on left but adhered it to the top inside of the frame, rather than the bottom. There's a little foam tape under there to help it pop out and layer on top of the photo. The wood letters were misted orange. I love the look of wood grain on an autumn project!
As always, thanks for stopping by!