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Mel's Kitchen


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Design by: DoxieMel (17 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Project tags: Home Décor/Accents Wall Décor/Wreaths/Banners Retro

A custom shadow frame for my funky kitchen.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • white card stock
  • pearl gems
  • heart stamp
  • heart punch
  • ribbon
  • shadow box frame
  • adhesive
  • foam squares
  • distress ink vintage photo brink red
  • apostrophe sticker

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

In Cricut Craft Room, Select Extreme Font, open text window. Type in the name of your kitchen. Flood fill letters with the Imagine color of your choice. Select Print only option and send file to Imagine.
I selected the frame Icon, from Kate's Kitchen and sized the frame in Cricut Craft Room so it would fit my text. Send to Imagine with print and cut feature.
I cut the girl, with the layers option on my Imagine machine. She is cut at 4 inches. The dog is from the chef, layers options, cut at 5 in. I delete un wanted images on the Imagine screen, and only cut the puppy.
The background is from the two pear image in the Kate's kitchen handbook. I cut at 6 in and just "print and cut" back layer.
I inked edges, popped layers with foam dots, and added some ribbon, pearl, and gems. A cluster of hearts was added around this "lucky dog". Insert into frame and enjoy!

Step 1

In Cricut Craft Room, Select Extreme Font, open text window. Type in the name of your kitchen. Flood fill letters with the Imagine color of your choice. Select Print only option and send file to Imagine.

Step 2

I selected the frame Icon, from Kate's Kitchen and sized the frame in Cricut Craft Room so it would fit my text. Send to Imagine with print and cut feature.

Step 3

I cut the girl, with the layers option on my Imagine machine. She is cut at 4 inches. The dog is from the chef, layers options, cut at 5 in. I delete un wanted images on the Imagine screen, and only cut the puppy.

Step 4

The background is from the two pear image in the Kate's kitchen handbook. I cut at 6 in and just "print and cut" back layer.

Step 5

I inked edges, popped layers with foam dots, and added some ribbon, pearl, and gems. A cluster of hearts was added around this "lucky dog". Insert into frame and enjoy!

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