I've had this adorable Decor Elements lion and matching frame for a LONG time, and I'm finally starting my project! This will eventually go into my 2-year-old son's room. The first picture is what the pieces look like just out of the wrapping. Then I have a photo of how I plan to use them together.
The frame is approximately 11"x11" and the lion is approximately 7-1/2"x9". It's hard to tell since they are still in the packaging, but they are both Chocolate Chip (brown) in color.
Decor Elements are designed to go directly on your wall (or other smooth object) but I want to be able to move it around – so I plan to mount it on paper and then frame it or mat it. See, I haven't ironed out all the details yet!
So watch this space for updates on this project!
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In this post, which I like to call "CASE the Catalog," you will see just how valuable the Stampin' Up! catalog can be as an idea book. CASE stands for "copy and steal everything" and is a commonly used term in the stamping, scrapbooking & papercrafting industry. CASEing is perfectly acceptable, as long as you give credit where credit is due!
In this sample, I've used the 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog from Stampin' Up! for my inspiration. On page 96 in the IBC, and highlighting the adorable stamp set called Fox & Friends (W117020, C118565), I've recreated the card at the top of the page.
I've made only subtle changes on the card. I've used an "L" rather than an "A" image, but both use the stamp set called Defining Alphabet (114952) on page 160. I've used a different color brad on my card, and I've omitted the scalloped accent.
In future "CASE the Catalog" posts, you will see just how different my projects can become from their original ideas! Contact me if you need a catalog, or view the catalog and samples online!
Where do you LOVE to get ideas from? Share with me in the comments!
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