Family Reunion Three Panel Frame

Supplies:

Karen Foster – Family Get Together Cardstock Sticker

Karen Foster – Family Traditions Collage Paper

Karen Foster – Picnic Cloth Paper

White and Blue cardstock

5 x 7 canvases (3)

Red ribbon

 

Instructions:

  1. Cover two of the boards with the Block Parties paper.  These will be your first and last boards.            Cover the third canvas with the Picnic Cloth paper.  This will be your middle board.
  2. Cut two half circles out the Picnic Cloth paper (I used number six on the large coluzzle template) and attach to the left hand side of the first and last board.
  3. Cut a 4 x 7 strip of the Bock Parties paper and attach to the middle of the middle board.
  4. Pop dot the Good Times and Family Reunion stickers and add it to the left hand side of the first board (see photo for placement).  Mat a favorite 3 x 3 ½ Family Reunion photo in white (3 ¼ x 3 ¾) and blue (3 ½ x 4) cardstock.  Wrap a piece of the red ribbon around the bottom of the photo and attach to the right hand side of this board.
  5. Mat a 3 ½ x 5 photo in white (3 ¾ x 5 ¼) and blue (4 x 5 ½) cardstock.  Wrap a piece of the red ribbon around the photo, pop dot the What a Group Sticker on top of it, and attach the photo to the middle of the middle panel.
  6. Pop dot the The Family That Plays Together Stays Together and the Family stickers and attach them to the left hand side of the last board (see photo for placement).  Mat a favorite 3 x 3 ½ Family Reunion photo in white (3 ¼ x 3 ¾) and blue (3 ½ x 4) cardstock.  Wrap a piece of the red ribbon around the bottom of the photo and attach to the right hand side of this board.
  7. Punch holes in the finished canvases and attach all three boards with pieces of the red ribbon.  Make a hanger out of red ribbon on the first board.  Add photos and enjoy.

 

HAPPY SCRAPPIN’!

Family Reunion Three Panel Frame by Lisa Frayne

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