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Hello there and happy Monday friends! Our school year is getting ready to start up so I thought it would be fun if my daughter and I recapped all of the fun things we’ve done so far this summer. We’ve explored our state and have gone on new hikes and adventures, which is probably both of our favorites. To remember what a fun summer we’ve had, we made a DIY Adventure Frame and she picked out her favorite picture from our adventures to put inside.
This frame was a really fun craft and something that you can make with and for your kids. Please be advised that children under 14 should have adult supervision and assistance with this craft. You will need a few supplies to get started…
- wooden frame
- foam brush
- Mod Podge
- scrapbook paper
- Spellbinders Prizm Die Cutting & Embossing Machine and Adventure die cuts
- Spellbinders Tool N One
Once you have gathered your supplies, lay some newspaper down and paint your frame.
Then, following the directions of the Prizm, get your plates, die cuts, and paper set up.
Stack them like a sandwich and feed the plates into the Prizm. Use the crank to carefully slide them through the machine. Pull the plates out on the opposite side.
Use the Tool N One to help poke out the paper from the die cuts. The Prizm cuts so nicely!
Once the paint on your wooden frame is dry, Mod Podge the paper pieces on to your frame and let dry. Then go over the entire frame with one coat of Mod Podge to seal it. Allow 10-12 hours of dry time.
Finally, pick out and print a picture to put inside of your frame.
Now you have a wonderful memory to look back on in a cute DIY Adventure Frame. I bet you have a couple of summer adventures worth framing!
I love the look of the aqua against the map scrapbook paper, don’t you? My daughter was super happy with how her frame turned out and rightfully so. It’s adorable.
What kinds of adventures have you gone on this summer and how do you record those memories?