Holiday Door Knob Frame
Acrylic Doorknob frame #3001 6036
2 3/8 x 3 Photo
12 x 12 Christmas printed scrapbook paper
2 ¾ x 3 ½ Brown Cardstock #3004 1417
12 x 12 Red Cardstock #3004 1398
3 ¼ x 1 ¼ White Cardstock #7730 1937
3 ¼ x 3 ¾ White Cardstock
Fiskars deckle Paper Edger #7740 6819
Dress It Up Buttons Christmas Candy Cottage #3001 5361
Dress It Up Buttons Christmas Warm Wishes #3000 8533
Ultra fine Glitter Crystal #7732 2255
Snow Tex #7750 3334
E-6000 Glue #7752 5881
EZ Runner Permanent Adhesive #3005 1732
Small Brush or palette knife or sponge
Button Shank Remover #3001 3360
Trace the doorknob frame onto the printed scrapbook paper and the red cardstock. Cut out, including the doorknob cutout. Cut around the edges of the printed-paper with the Fiskars Deckle Paper Edger. Matching the cutout circles, place and center the printed-paper on top of the red cardstock and adhere with the EZ Runner adhesive.
Cut around the edges of both white cardstock pieces with the Deckle Paper Edgers. Cut a 2 ¾ x ¾ piece from the red cardstock Center the red cardstock piece on top of the smaller white cardstock piece and adhere. Place on the printed scrapbook paper about 1/8 below the doorknob cutout and adhere.
Center the brown cardstock on top of the larger white cardstock piece and adhere. Center your photo on the brown cardstock and adhere. Place this piece about 1/8 below the matted red and white cardstock Place your finished layout in the frame.
Use a small brush, palette knife or sponge to apply Snow Tex to the top and bottom of the frame and some of the buttons if you desire as in the pictured sample. While the Snow Tex is wet, sprinkle some ultra fine glitter on top.
Cut off the shanks from the buttons with the Button Shank remover. Place the gingerbread house, lollipops and some gumdrop buttons onto the Snow Tex at the bottom of the frame. Use the E-6000 glue to adhere the Ho Ho Ho buttons on the frame over the matted red/white cardstock and the gumdrops at the corners of the photo. Let dry.
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