Have you ever heard the phrase, sometimes less is more? Today, I am showing you an easy way to add a lot of impact with just a few (7 to be exact) feathers from the incredibly versatile Project Pads offered at Paper House…these Project Pads can be used for a multitude of projects.
I used the Feathers Project Pad for the altered frame you see below. Yes, that’s it. That’s all I needed to create the effect needed, which was golden, feathery, white and gentle.
I bought a bare frame and painted it as shown.
Next, I actually covered the glass pane that came with the frame with chalkboard paint. I then got to work hand lettering the fitting lyrics, and then went over them with white glitter glue so there was a bit of magic. Adding two tacks (eyeball this) in each corner, created the perfect placement for the feathers. I used a hole punch to punch holes in each feather, going for different lengths and sizes. Green twine was the perfect touch as the feathers were strung “on the line”. After the twine was pulled taught and wrapped around the tacks, I added a bow and bell for each corner. A little glitter added here and there, and we can call the project finished ! Thanks for letting me share with you!
I wanted you to see a close up of those gold foil feathers because they are really, really perfect for the holidays as a perfect punch of holiday shine. Just take a look!!
I hope I could inspire you to create something for others or yourself in preparation of the upcoming holidays! Have a great day!