I was in desperate need of a new acrylic frame for my family room (ok, so my frame was sitting empty for like 2 months on the wall, just waiting for a new photo of my daughter, eeek!), and my daughter had finally liked a photo I took of her (not a small feat!), so it was time hehe!
People have been asking where I get this plastic, as well as the clear plastic I use for the cards, and it is from Grafix. There are 2 different thicknesses I like to use. You can see them both here... Grafix clear plastic The one that is .007" thick is great for making the clear plastic cards I've done in the past. It folds nicely if you score it first. The one that is .020" thick is great to use in frames as I've done to layer the photos and papers on. It is very sturdy and will not fold in half.
The Chomas Creations engraving tip gives a really cool look on both of these thicknesses of Grafix clear plastic.
For this page I used the .020" thick clear plastic with the Chomas Creations engraving tip. I made this file in Make-the-Cut to use for the page and you can download it here... flower 12x12 page
The papers are all October Afternoon, the swirl embellish and flower are Prima. For a better look at these (as they are hard to photograph!) just click on the image.
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