I've taken the plunge and joined in for the monthly MFT Creative Challenge. This month the challenge was to "Frame It".
Hop over to the MFT Blog for a complete list of participating designers. I know the projects will be spectacular and hopefully inspire you to play along.
I took the challenge quite literally and created a fun baseball themed photo frame. I think this would be perfect for a picture of your sweet little league guy or gal. I framed a picture from the game we were at last Saturday.
All Star stamps and Die-namics with frayed burlap ink. Pure Innocence Baseball Boy was the inspiration for this frame. I stamped him with Memento Tuxedo Black and coloured him with copic markers.
All Star stamps and Die-namics again to create the baseball and the Just the Ticket stamps and Die-namics were perfect for creating the admission ticket.
Mini Pennant Die-namics, then I stamped the letters from the Banner Day Alphabet stamp set. I added some Charcoal Twine to hang the banners and secured the ends with two silver brads. Well, I "faux secured" them with silver brads...I wasn't up to the battle of getting the brads into the wood frame, so I simply cut off the pokey ends of the brads and hot glued them in place. I curled the ends of the banners to give them a blowing-in-the-wind kinda look.
You can take the challenge literally, like I did, or think outside the box. But whatever direction you take, I hope you'll play along this month.
Here are the Die-namics I used:
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