One of my favorite home decor projects is the repurposed frame. I use an old frame I have around the house or a thrift store find. For this project, I used a black tabletop 5x7 frame and created a Halloween scene inside using Echo Park paper and stickers.
I used the Chillingsworth Manor collection and one of the papers in this line had October written on the B side. I used that as my base. To create the scene, I used a large journaling card with a haunted house and big full moon. I messy stitched a few circles around the moon for a playful touch. Once I had the basic scene created, I added stickers on top of the journaling card.
Since I was putting the scene under the glass of the frame, I didn't want to have anything bulky on the page. But I did create a little dimension by backing the stickers with cardstock and by using pop dots in a few places. I also added a little spider hanging from twine, using orange licorice from Trendy Twine. The playful skeleton from the Echo Park sticker sheet was the perfect ending touch to bring scene together.
Here's a close-up of the bottom of the frame. This was a fun, fast, Halloween project. My favorite kind!
Thanks for stopping by. Happy hauntings!