Mixed Media Foil Heart Frame

Mixed Media Foil Heart Frame

Mixed Media Foil Heart Frame
Mixed Media Foil Heart Frame
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From the Designer: "Display your mixed media masterpiece using a Deflecto Acrylic Frame. Using a frame gives the ability to create a multi dimensional effect with ease. I used felt to create the base of the heart, then two layers of DecoFoil Transfer Sheets from Therm O Web for lots of bling. I pulled an older heart punch out of the bin and added lots of layers behind the felt. The Xyron Sticker maker was perfect for adhering the punched hearts. The chipboard pieces have more foil on them and I added some paper flowers to finish the project off."

Primary TechniqueMixed Media

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Deflecto 8.5 x 11 Pink Ber Frame
  • Xyron Sticker Maker
  • Felt heart
  • DecoFoil Transfer sheets
  • Decofoil transfer gel medium
  • Fiskars Heart Punch
  • patterned paper
  • chipboard pieces
  • Prima Flowers
  • Black cardstock

Instructions

  1. Apply transfer gel to felt heart and set aside until outside edges are dry.

  2. Place gold foil sheet on top and run through laminator. Peel foil sheet off and set aside to dry completely.

  3. Place red foil sheet on top and run through laminator. Peel foil sheet off and set heart aside.

  4. Apply adhesive to chipboard pieces and allow to set. Place teal foil sheet on top and run through laminator.

  5. Punch @ 40 heart shapes from patterned paper and run through Xyron sticker maker.

  6. Use hot glue gun to adhere felt heart in the center of the frame on the front.

  7. Remove the hearts from the Xyron backing paper and place around and under the felt heart.

  8. Using hot glue adhere the chipboard pieces and the paper flowers.

  9. Trim black cardstock to 8.5 x 11 and insert inside frame.

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