This was a four-frame, black plastic framed unit from The Dollar Store. I used my Dremel and a 1/8" drill bit to create holes for the brads. The two smaller frames were covered with SU paper; larger frames were sanded with 80grit sandpaper then sponged with white craft ink to resemble slate. I used Perfect Paper Adhesive (usartquest.com) to adhere the paper to the plastic. The 'R' is the first letter of my DH's name.
Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2005 GMT Views: 2911
Stamps: Aged to Perfection, Everyday Flexible Phrases, Expressive Flexible Phrases, Newsprint Alphabet, Small Script
Paper: kraft, close to cocoa, very vanilla, bordering blue, night of navy, SU Designer Series - Oxford
Ink: creamy caramel, basic brown classic pads; Timber Brown StazOn pad; whisper white craft pad
Accessories: Hodgepodge Hardware - pewter; sponge; SU twill tape; SU French blue grosgrain ribbon; Dremel; photos; Perfect Paper Adhesive; sandpaper
Cindy!!!!! You are just the queen of rubbish....you can make anything look CHIC!!!!!!!!! I love this...dang and I will not be back to Target for atleast a month!!! LOL Hmmmm I wonder if we have a dollar store around here...this is just awesome!