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Topic: Revamped Michaels' Frame with Knobs *UPDATED!* images work  (Read 1122 times)
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« on: August 03, 2008 01:38:36 PM »

I bought this Ocean-themed frame at Michaels; last summer for $1.50, wanting to change it somehow, but never got the time til now.  
I just bought 2 sheets of pretty antique-style scrapbook paper from Michaels on sale for 15 cents each.  I unscrewed the back and mod podged the scrapbook paper over the ocean-themed picture.  After it was dried, I put it back together and screwed it in.  And voila! A new pretty antique looking frame with beautiful knobs!

UPDATED:  I was trying to figure out what else to add to the frame and I was walking around Michaels and found these wooden magnetic letters.  (lightbulb!!!)  I bought some letter and stuck them on the frame (the backing is metal).  Right now it's INSPIRE, since I am a 2 year old teacher and loving it!  I can always change it since it's magnetic.  What do you think?





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« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2008 02:16:58 PM »

I would some comments about this.  Should I add anything else to it or what? Does it seem okay by itself or should I add something to make it more complete?
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2008 05:53:09 AM »

I like it a lot as is, but what about a silhouette, perhaps of a Victorian lady.  The piece has an 18Th century look about it to me.
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2008 05:11:07 AM »

I'll dig this up from page 4... this is pretty darn cool! With the little knobs on the bottom, you could even use it as a keyhook near a door, and I like the fact that you can change the lettering at any time. Way cool!
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