Home Decor Frame and Fridge Magnets

You may be wondering where I disappeared to!  Here I said in my last post to stay tuned for more details on the various projects I shared and then, poof! I vanish LOL Sorry about that!  At the point of my last post, my husband and I hadn’t even begun our Christmas shopping or finalizing plans. Needless to say that kept us very busy and then when Christmas Eve came around…….. God decided that was the moment to bless our daughter with the birth of her little son Mason.

We enjoy time with this little one whenever we get the opportunity and grateful for that.  Needless to say our Christmas plans were bumped out a week as Mom and baby settled in at their home.

Here he is at just 5 days old.  Isn’t he just a little bundle of joy!

Okay, I know I could go on about him but I need to focus on the projects! ūüėÄ

If you recall I shared a home decor frame using the Eclipse Technique to create the ‘LOVE’ artwork.


Decide what size you would like your project to be.  I have spare picture frame matte’s laying around, so I created my imagery and wording to fit within these parameters. On Whisper White cardstock, I stamped my images from the set, Tranquil Tulips (hostess exclusive only), in Calypso Coral, Flirty Flamingo, Daffodil Delight and Wild Wasabi for the stems.  Oh and lets not forget the little flower centres, which are stamped using Soft Suede stamped off once before adding to the flowers.

Next I laid out the Large Letters dies to create the word “LOVE”.  I ran this through the Big Shot, attached my artwork to Basic Black cardstock, popping up the die cut letters so they stand out. You may have also noticed that I added a few Glitter Enamel Dots to the project, for an added touch of dimension.

Fairly easy, isn’t it?  I did create a video tutorial on how to use the Eclipse Technique.  I did do this for a Christmas card, so the imagery is different but you may watch that video HERE!


The second 3-D project I had shared in my previous post were tile magnets.  I managed to find some fun tiles that were skinny and long.  I actually have two different widths and decided it would be fun to create sayings on the super skinny ones!  Since I am a coffee drinker, I used the Merry Cafe stamp set and Labeler Alphabet stamp set to create a couple fun magnets from both the super skinny and double width tiles.  I also thought it would be fun to stamp imagery and colour on a magnet.

If you look closely at the tile with the woman, you’ll see mottled colour as the background.  Using bubble wrap, I coloured on it using Stampin’ Blends Markers, then I laid my tile on the bubble wrap and rubbed the colour onto the tile. It created this fun look.

For the line image and the wording, I used Black Star On as it really does work the best on tiles.  I decided to play with different magnets as well, so some have adhesive backed magnets from a roll (found at most dollar stores) and the other style magnet was the thick round magnets (also found at the dollar store) that I attached to the tiles using E6000 adhesive.

What do you think of these fun 3D projects?

On a little side note, in the past I have tried to post 4 or 5 times a week but I have found with my hectic schedule it is hard to maintain.  At this point in time, I am going to change my frequency of posts to twice a week and see how this goes!  If you wish to stay updated on specials, events and more, that I offer, please be sure to sign up for my newsletter via my Stampin’ Up! website, and also by following me on Facebook. I also share other projects I have made on my Facebook that you won’t always see here, so do check it out ūüėČ

Check back later this week for more details on the cards and scrapbook page I had shared December 15th.

Cards, Altered Items and a Scrapbook Page…. oh my!

Check out this variety of fun projects and keep checking back over the next couple weeks as I showcase each one individually with more information on how I created them.





(how fun are these fridge magnets!)



Remember to check back for more detailed photos of these projects and information on how I created them!