Zeta Lady Frame

Zeta Lady Frame by Niccole Burns

Supplies:

Zeta Tau Alpha Text Paper

Zeta Tau Alpha Letters and Logos Paper

Zeta Tau Alpha Ribbon

Greek Letters

Chipboard, 2 Pieces

Turquoise Ink

White Ink

Gray Cardstock, 1 Piece

Turquoise Cardstock, 1 Piece

Rub-on Letters (Turquoise)

Round Corner Punch

Tape

8 ½” 11” Paper

Directions:

  • Cut two 9 ½” x 3” pieces of chipboard. Cover with Zeta Tau Alpha Text paper and distress with turquoise ink.
  • Cut two 12” x 3” pieces of chipboard. Cover with Zeta Tau Alpha Text paper and distress with turquoise ink.
  • Cut five 4 ½” pieces of ZTA ribbon. Adhere to one 12” x 3” piece of chipboard.
  • Cut four 3” square pieces of chipboard. Covers with gray cardstock and distress with white ink.
  • Cut a 2” square piece of turquoise cardstock. Round the corners and distress with turquoise ink. Adhere to one of the 3” square pieces of cardstock.
  • Cut a 1 ½” square piece of gray cardstock. Round the corners and distress with white ink. Adhere to 2” square turquoise piece.
  • Use rub-on letters to spell out “zeta lady.”
  • Cut two pieces of Zeta Tau Alpha Letters and Logos paper with “ZTA” and crowns on each side. Round the corners and distress with turquoise ink. Adhere each to a piece of 3” square cardstock.
  • Adhere ZTA cut-out Greek Letters to final 3” square cardstock.
  • Using the 8 ½” 11” paper as a template, adhere the pieces together to make a frame.

Happy Scrappin’!

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