I began by printing the photo so that it fit in a 2¾×3¾" square--a little larger than the actual opening of the frame. I positioned the frame where I wanted it, traced around it and cut it out.
I adhered the photo down to the backing in the kit. I embossed the frame in Gilded Rose and the lacy overlay in Victorian Bronze. I brushed on Matte Glastique on the lacy overlay for a bit of contrast. I sandwiched the globe between the frame and the photo covered backing with Beacon 3&1. The lacy overlay was added with glastique.
Globecraft & Piccolo Products used
Tip: I have found these aluminum roses at my local jewelry and bead shop. They come in a variety of colors. I prefer to buy one kind and then use my emboss enamels to color them. In the above photo the one in the middle is the original unaltered rose. I tested different Emboss Powders on the roses [Mermaid Tears is on the left/ Aged White on the right] For my project I used the Gilded Rose. I used my piercing tool to hold the rose on the hole in the back. I heated the rose and dipped it into the preferred powder. I then melted the powder and set aside to cool. These become very hot so use tweezers or pliers to handle.
I hope you enjoyed my project! Thank you for stopping by today!
wow --- this one is my favorite so far. Love the vintage look ---
What a gorgeous vintage frame, love the enameled roses.
This really is a very beautiful project xx
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