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Stacked Flower Frame

By: Julie Lewis
Julie Lewis
Julie Lewis
Julie Lewis was destined to be an artist…at least that was what she was told from Kindergarten on. Born outside of Cleveland, Ohio, she was blessed to have been given an incredible art education all through her school years and from her creative and talented parents. Growing up in a world where every day brought some new creative adventure, it was no surprise that she went on to graduate from the Cleveland Institute of Art with a B.F.A. in graphic design. Her professional life included working in many fields from industrial advertising to American Greetings. Most gratifying was working as a designer for the largest craft company, Plaid Enterprises in Georgia where she now resides.She paints and creates felt soft sculptures inspired by said paintings and now sells them through her shop STELLALOLA on Etsy. She is inspired by many things around her…most importantly, a wonderful family, an insanely happy German Shepherd and one stoic Alaskan Malamut.
A fun flower frame can be easily made simply with stain.
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Supplies

FolkArt ® Stains - Oak, 2 oz.
Item #2802
Give your craft projects a beautiful wood grain with our brand new stains. These stains are simple to use--just brush on and wipe off. Apply and reapply with ease! Convenient 2 oz. bottle with flip top lid. Waterbased and non-toxic. Great as a basecoat for FolkArt Acrylic paints. Recommended for use on interior unfinished wood surfaces including accessories and small furniture.


FolkArt ® Stains - Maple, 2 oz.
Item #2803
Give your craft projects a beautiful wood grain with our brand new stains. These stains are simple to use--just brush on and wipe off. Apply and reapply with ease! Convenient 2 oz. bottle with flip top lid. Waterbased and non-toxic. Great as a basecoat for FolkArt Acrylic paints. Recommended for use on interior unfinished wood surfaces including accessories and small furniture.


FolkArt ® Stains - Walnut, 2 oz.
Item #2804
Give your craft projects a beautiful wood grain with our brand new stains. These stains are simple to use--just brush on and wipe off. Apply and reapply with ease! Convenient 2 oz. bottle with flip top lid. Waterbased and non-toxic. Great as a basecoat for FolkArt Acrylic paints. Recommended for use on interior unfinished wood surfaces including accessories and small furniture.


Other Supplies
Soft cloth rags
Glue
Wooden flower – three UPC#0 8267676244 4 Joann’s
Woodline Wood Works picture frame UPC#6 0212966004 4
Wooden disc – one 1 ½”
Wooden discs – two 7/8”
Tape

Instructions

  1. Apply all stain with soft cloth and wipe off for desired intensity. Apply several coats to deepen.
  2. Apply Walnut stain to two flowers and Maple stain to remaining flower.
  3. Apply Walnut stain to one small wood disc and Maple stain to remaining discs.
  4. Tape off two sides of front of frame and apply Oak stain. When dry, tape off middle sections and apply Maple stain.
  5. Tape two thin stripes down sides of middle section of frame as shown and lightly apply Walnut stain. Also apply to outer edge and inside photo opening.
  6. Glue discs to flowers and flowers to frame.
Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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