I found this antique frame at a tag sale last summer and it's been sitting and waiting for me to decide what to do with it. Sorry, I didn't take a before shot.
After sanding, priming and painting the frame, I added several of my hand made roses to one of the corners with E6000 and also a dab of hot glue. *E6000 takes a while to set up, so I use a little hot glue to hold items in place until the E6000 takes hold.
I used Sculpey clay for making the roses and then baked in the oven as directed on the package. Then I spray painted them with Rust-leum Heirloom White. They are almost the same color as the frame though just a little bit of difference in color to make them stand out a tiny bit.
Have you ever made clay roses? This is the first time that I've used Sculpey clay, normally I use kiln-fired clay which is a lot more time consuming until you get the finished product. I have to admit, making these roses was a snap! They were fun and addicting to make. I can see more Sculpey clay projects in my future.
I've completed a lot of little projects lately, though with being busy with getting things done for my booth at the Antique Mall, I've not had a lot of time for posting. I hope to add a few more of my completed projects soon.
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