Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Life's Beauty is Hidden in the Everyday!

 
 
It's something I remind myself of all the time...I just finished a cool project to help me remember it.  This altered metal frame project stands over 13" tall and is really fun to make, in fact, I'll be teaching this class this fall at... 

 
Scrapbook Generation in Springfield Missouri and at Art at the Edge in Newburgh Indiana.  It's loaded with beautiful floral embellishments from Stationer's Desk by Prima Marketing Inc.  
 

 
In the class we'll use Prima's new Color Blooms sprays to create a unique patina finish on the metal frame.
 

 
I love the simple look of this little project...and I can't wait to teach this in class! 
 
I hope to see you in one of those classes this fall!
 
Ken 
 
 

 


 

10 comments:

  1. This is beautiful and the sentiment needs to be read by everyone at least once! I love this frame all the more as it reminds me of Missouri friends who have a sign similar, welcoming visitors to their hearth and home. Thank you. x

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    1. Thank you Vivienne, I am preparing to teach this class in Missouri this weekend...and yes, people in Missouri are really friendly and welcoming!

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  2. Love the sentiment and beautiful design!

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    1. Thank you...it's a fun project to make!

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  3. a beautiful gift for any occasion and maybe one for myself

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    1. Hi Carolyn...you can get all the products from Prima through your local scrapbook store...or you could come take a class with me...I'd love to teach you how to make this. Ken

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  4. you are an endless source of inspiration! Thank you for sharing! Baerbel

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    1. Thank you Baerbel...I think you are an endless source of inspiration...I love your work and your free spirit!

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  5. So pretty Ken!!! They're lucky to have you as an educator :)

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