Pamella Brown is going to show us in a step-by-step photo tutorial how to make this "What's for dinner?" frame - a great way to use Thickers:
WHAT'S FOR DINNER? FRAME by Pamella Brown
Supplies: Rose's Kitchen Paper (35540) - Garden Cafe, Cafe Iris Paper (35541) - Garden Cafe, Meringue (42211) - Remarks, Scene Taffy (53342) - Thickers
Step 1: Gather your supplies: photo frame, jute string, dry erase marker, Thickers, patterned paper, and whatever embellishments you desire.
Step 2: Trim your patterned paper to measure slightly larger than the opening in your frame (if you have a mat in your frame, if no mat, simply trim the paper to the size of your frame). Add a strip of patterned paper to the bottom and stitch across it, if you wish.
Step 3: Flip your mat over and tape the back of the patterned paper to the mat.
Step 4: Flip the mat over so the front side of the patterned paper is facing up. Add an embellishment sticker to the top and your Thickers spelling "dinner?" under that.
Step 5: Flip your mat back over and tape/secure one end of a piece of jute string to the back of the mat.
Step 6: Put the mat/patterned paper in the frame and close the frame, making sure the jute string is hanging out of the back of the frame. Hang the frame on the wall.
Step 7: Tie a dry erase marker to the end of the jute string and you are all set to start writing your menu!
Cute, fun, and functional! What a great project! Thanks for lookin'!