-Cute as a Button
For this project, I took a floating shelf, one you might at your local home store or IKEA, added paper to the background; some die cuts, and a pair of adorable teddy bear images. The end result is a unique piece of wall art that matches the color scheme of my niece's nursery.
Here's the pic for you to check out:
The shelf measures 10 1/4" x 11 3/4".
I mod-podged some patterned papers from Recollections and Heidi Swapp to cover the shelf.
Then, I inked the edges with some Chocolate Chip ink from Stampin Up.
I die cut a rocking horse and rattle from my Cricut Explore out of white card stock.
I then used my RV63, RV55, G40, G43, C0, C04 markers to add color to the pieces.
Next, I used some tacky glue to adhere them to the background.
To create the frames on the wall, I used a Recollections stamp, Versa-Mark ink pad, and some white embossing powder to stamp them on a scrap piece of white card stock.
I then stamped some images inside the frames using a set of Stampin' Up rubber stamps.
I used my alcohol markers to color the images in, trimmed out the frames and adhered them to the background.
For the top of the shelf, I die cut a few squares from my Cricut Explore out a sheet of tan card stock.
I used my Heidi Swapp wood grain background stamp to add texture to the squares.
I added a frame and a letter to each of the squares to mimic the look of alphabet blocks.
Next, I added some sparkle to the frames and letters using my Wink of Stella pen.
I then added some Glossy Accents to finish them off.
To dress up the shelf a little more, I adhered a strip of eyelet lace trim.
For the image, I used this A Gentle Touch image from Crafty Sentiments.
I colored them up using my alcohol markers.
Here's a list of the colors I used:
-Fur- E97, E99, E29, E70, E74, E79, TN7, TN8
-Bowtie, Bow & Collar- G40, G43, RV63, RV55
There's also a tutorial up on my channel, that shows you how I created the furry texture on the bears.Just click the link below to check it out:
And ta-da!! Re-Purposed Wall Decor complete!!
I hope you enjoyed this project for today!!
Thanks for stopping by; enjoy the rest of your Sunday, and as always, peace!! :)
Post edited by: Shyann Martinez