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Silhouette Altered Frame by Patricia Roebuck

Patricia Roebuck is here today to show us in a step-by-step photo tutorial how to make these adorable altered frame using a Silhouette:

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ENJOY THE RIDE FRAME by Patricia Roebuck

Supplies:
White (71081) – Cardstock, 6×6 Paper Pad (35841) – Soho Garden, Decorative Flowers (77292) – Dear Lizzy, Brads (85597) – Dear
Lizzy, Buttons & Accents (85598) – Dear Lizzy, Midtown Layered
Chipboard Stickers (42271) – Remarks, Mayfair Adhesive Layered
Embellishments (85606) – Details, Bellrose Molded Paper Flowers (85609) –
Flower Shoppe, Poppy District Stickers (42273) – Remarks, Field House
Paper Leaves Shapes (85592) – Amy Tangerine, Foam Dots (61709) – This to
That, Adhesive Dispenser (AM617-11) – This to That, Flower by American
Crafts, Design ID #18741 – Silhouette, Flower by American Crafts, Design
ID #18742 – Silhouette, Bicycle by American Crafts, Design ID #19531 –
Silhouette

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1) This video will show you how I used the Silhouette Studio to change the colors of the print and cut flower design, how I welded my title to a design to create my own unique title, and create an outline around the title with the Silhouette sketch pens.

American Crafts Altered Frame from Patricia Roebuck on Vimeo.

2) Now that I have my title and flowers cut and sketched from the Silhouette, I’m going to add different pieces of patterned paper to the back of the title using the Soho 6×6 paper pad.

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3) Once the title is finished, I adhere the cardstock to the acrylic (this frame has acrylic instead of glass, but a glass frame would work as well). Since the frame is larger than 12×12, I added another piece of cardstock, trimmed the end, and lined up the seam as best I could. Next, I start placing the print and cut flowers along with Soho Garden stickers and flowers, 5th & Frolic brads and buttons, and Amy Tangerine leaves. I just laid them out first to decide how I liked the look before adhering anything. As I laid the flowers and embellishments out, I found it was a good idea to put the frame over the design to see what would show and where to place things.

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4) I added one more cut file to this project, the bike. The original design of the bike points to the left. From the menu in Silhouette Studio, I did Object-Transform-Mirror Options-Mirror Right. I used some foam adhesive on some of the flowers and the bike to add a little more dimension.

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5) Once everything was adhered, I put this all into the frame again. For even more dimension, adhere some flowers onto the frame itself.

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6) Hang up your finished project and enjoy! Thanks for taking a look!