Friday, February 24, 2017

Projects using In Bloom Paper by My Mind's Eye

The "In Bloom" paper collection by My Mind's Eye is exactly what we need to bring Spring into our homes. And the good news is that the collection is on sale at 30% off now through Sun. March 5, 2017.


As you will see, our team of model designers came up with multiple projects that we know you'll love. They are very simple and easy to make, but they have an elegance that will make you forget that these are actually handmade.

DIY In Bloom Wood Box 
Use multiple sheets of the floral paper to cut out flower shapes and layer them using 3D sticky foams to give a dimensional effect. Adhere the background sheet to the wood box using your favorite glue/tape, then build your layers. Note: Use a shape Exacto knife to cut out the flowers.

DIY In Bloom Jewelry Box
Paint the box with your favorite acrylic paint or ink. Glue the "In Bloom" paper to the top of the lid using double-sided tape, mod podge, or glue. We glued the metal feet using E6000 glue.

DIY In Bloom Knob Frame
Paint our unfinished wood frame red, glue 1 sheet of the "In Bloom" paper to the back of the frame, and glue the door knobs evenly in two lines. Finish it off by adding gold washi tape on the front sides of the frame.

DIY Beautiful Tray
This one is so easy! Just glue the paper to the back of one of our white frames, adhere the self-adhesive "Beautiful" vinyl word to the front of the glass, and screw in the handles to the sides of the tray.

DIY In Bloom Pallet Hook Board
We love using our round frames in our projects! Put the "In Bloom" paper of your choice in the frames. Attach them to the wood pallet using nails. Screw in the hooks!

The "In Bloom" paper collection by My Mind's Eye includes paper, embellishments, stickers, cut outs and more!

All the supplies featured here are available at our Ben Franklin Crafts store in Monroe, WA. (while supplies last). If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call us at 360-794-6745 ext. 1125, or stop by and we'll be happy to help you.

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Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop, Monroe, WA
19505 Hwy 2, Monroe, WA 98272
Phone: 360-794-6745

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