Sunday, January 23, 2011

It was a cheap, plain, wood frame....


... and now it looks like this!!!  I am over-the-top thrilled with how this frame turned out!!!  A little gesso, a stencil, some paste, some paint and... wah-lah!!!  Use wonderful stamps from Quietfire design and some gorgeous paper for the inside.... add an Ideology ornate plate along with a QF word to finish it off.  

This is my newest project on the Quietfire Design website.... get all the how-tos  Here.  



11 comments:

Netty said...

Gorgeous frame Wanda and love the picture as well. Beautiful work. Annette x

Hels Sheridan said...

That is... GORGEOUS!!!! thanks for sharing.. loving thay sentiment x

Chris said...

WOW this is magnificent Wanda, it looks like real carved wood! Such an inspirational piece and sentiment too. Hope you're well. Chris :D

Elaine A said...

Wanda -

This is stunning. What rich texture and color you've achieved on it! It looks so expensive!!

Elaine Allen

Lori said...

You SHOULD be thrilled! This is stunning! The texture is really unbelievable, and I'm sure it's much richer in person. Gorgeous!

Angelartistok said...

Beautiful Wanda!

Lynn Stevens said...

Its Gorgeous Wanda, anyone would Love a frame like that! Well done!

SusanK said...

Fantabulous! Looks like real carved wood! I have jars and jars of stencil paste...maybe I should get them out and play??? I can't believe the things you make me want to do. :)

Dezinaworld said...

absolutely stunning work again Wanda. I love how you did this one
Also i wanted to let you know there is a freebie on my dezinaworld blog today. its just for one day.
have a wonderful week
hugs June

gardener said...

Love, love the frame. You are truly an artist to transform something so simple into this work of art. Your detailed instructions and supply list are very helpful. Very nice job. Will be checking back to your blog frequently. I visit other blogs and don't know them personnally. It's fun "knowing" a blogger.

Turid said...

Wow, you did ir Again. Is it just not amazing that a plain ol item can be transferred into a beatuiful treasure in the hands of an artist? How imagination, curiosity and a playfull heart can create such an inspiration? Ah, love it.