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you could get a lot of gifts out the $60 roll, I see, from this pattern. Email me, for modifications to the instructions for using this to cover photo frames. It won't be hard, and minimal cost for extra supplies, like ribbon.
Posted almost 4 years ago.
Well, it's nice to see that you can make a wallpaper covered photo frame, using mat board or cardboard, or illustration board, which is a harder board to cut, but very sturdy (I used to use it, using a utility knife with a very sharp, fresh, new blade), and the pattern could be modified a bit, still getting a wallpaper covered photo frame for a 4x6" photo, and use the oven mitts as wall decals in a kitchen, or if you want to use this as a wallpaper for a craft or sewing room, it would work. Try it!
this pattern is also available on prints, posters, and products at http://www.artistrising.com/galleries/KristieHubler , a site that links to art.com
Ooh Paris! I can't wait to see it!
thank you Tara! I also have pdf ePattern and photo step by step instructions for making the fabric photo frames, on my site at fabricatedframes.com/WhatICanDo.html, half way down the page. $1 per frame size, and you get all the patterns, true to size patterns for all of the parts of the frame, and I have 6 sizes per frame structure, non-washable, fabric covered photo frames, and washable, sewn, fabric photo frames, $1 per size, 6 sizes, 2 structure types. I will making more pdf ePatterns soon for other products. Thanks for the compliment, too! Oh, I also have all 12 sizes and instructions compiled in a book for $11, sometimes on sale, at lulu.com/spotlight/fabricatedframes - in that one, I only give patterns for the strut legs, but dimensions for all other parts, bc a) it kept the cost of the book down, making a savings for customers, b) the dimensions you can figure out easily, as they are mostly rectangles lol, just use the dimensions. That's the difference between the book and the ePatterns. I still have everything else though in both ePatterns and book, you still get the photo step by step instructions, tools list, supplies list on how much fabric, ribbon, board, etc, to get., and tips and tricks. Thanks Tara! I'm trying to figure out other designs to put on here, that would work for cut and sews, for photo frames, oven mitts. I have one that I'm working on involving a modification of my Paris inspired designs on here. I'll show you as soon as I finish it. Thanks!
I love the idea of having a fabric frame for pictures! The design is very bright and cheery! Great idea! -Tara
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