STEP 2: I printed four copies of an adorable photo I just took and we trimmed them using a paper cutter. We centered them on the chipboard frames and secured them using four strips of washi tape.
STEP 3: I also let LC decorate them with some heart stickers we had.
STEP 4: When we were finished, we added a magnet to the back of each frame.
That’s it! A simple, sweet project that took us less than half an hour. I think the grandmas will love these, don’t you?
I really love how he wanted each one to be a little different. One is for Grandma, one is for Grammy, and of course I begged him to make one for Mommy too!
Love, love, love! I’m all about having a fun new supply to play with, and I thought you might be excited to give it a try too! Which is why I can’t wait to tell you about the latest promotion over at Silhouette!
Marilyn Clark says
Amy, I LOVE this project and I’m super pumped about the promo..I missed out on the last one! Keep your fingers crossed I can get in on this one (got to look at my household budget)
Sandra J. Strickler says
love love love!!!!! If my Sil SD (how does Essie sound for a name?) can cut the chipboard, I think I’m all over that one!!!
Nancy Bandzuch says
That picture of LC is dazzling! Love it!
[email protected] says
How adorable and how fun to make with my own Lil’ Crafters.
Tara @ Suburble says
I’m so excited about this new chipboard stuff that Silhouette has come up with. I’m already envisioning some fantastic projects!
Designed Decor says
What a great project for the little ones to be able to do on their own! Love the Silhouette!
Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects says
So, super cute and what a great deal!!!
Adorable! I love that you can see the tape easily and that it’s easy enough for little hands to help. Great idea.:)
Marilyn Clark says
The only thing more “awesome” than your project is this great picture of LC!
Level 1 Homemaker says
These are so lovely! The washi tape adds a lovely splash of color. He has an eye for color combinations! 🙂
Eva Scott says
I just love that they have this chipboard now. And what a cute little project!!