I brushed this little gold frame with Wicker White acrylic and then sponged over it again with Antique White. There are probably a zillion other ways to paint a gold frame white, but that’s all I did.
I was throwing away some onion skins last week and noticed how pretty they were! They caught the light and shimmered with a lovely pearly sheen.
I decided to layer some materials behind this shimmery heart and see what it looked like: cardboard, tea-stained muslin, thin Styrofoam and wrinkled Kraft paper.
To hold all of these pretty natural layers together I pulled a lone heart earring from my junk drawer.
Gently poking a hole in the center of the heart with a paper piercer, I used the earring to hold all the layers together. I could’ve put the frame’s glass over it but I liked the concave shape of the heart. It reminded me of a shell.
I put the stack in the frame and added a tiny bow made from a strand of burlap garland.
This will look great in my PB cubby organizer. I’m always making new things to display in the cubby holes, and then I have a variety of things to pick from if I need a gift.
I’ve been using more pretty shimmery onion skins in some larger projects this week. I’ll have one to show you in a couple of days.
It’s only about a week until Valentine’s Day!