Poinsettia Inlay Frame
Project Sheet: cd1641
• Inlay Frame SCH/299
• Square Tray CAL/28
• Paper-Pink Paislee/Merry & Bright (Poinsetta)
• Paper-Authentique/Believe (Innocence)
• Glitter Paper-American Crafts/Cranberry Duotone
• Cardstock-Coordinations/Red Rose
• Poinsettia Floral Clip
• Chalk Paint-FolkArt/White Adirondack
• Home Decor Wax-FolkArt/White
• Metal Photo Corners- Momenta
• Antique Metal Lace Flower-Momenta
• Teresa Collins: Enamel Dots
• Glossy Accents
• Paper Trimmer
• Paint Brush
1. Using a paint brush, brush on a light layer of the White Home Decor Wax to the inlay frame and the Tray Insert. The paint should not be perfect.
2. Using a paint brush, brush on a light layer of the White Adirondack Chalk Paint to the inlay frame and the tray insert. Again, the paint should not be perfect. Let dry.
3. Adhere the poinsettia paper to the inside of the inlay frame using Glossy Accents. Let dry.
4. Using a paper trimmer, cut a frame from the “innocence” paper to fit on the outside of the tray insert. Adhere to the face of the tray insert with Glossy Accents. Use the inside piece to adhere inside the tray insert.
5. Adhere the tray insert to the center of the inlay frame using E6000. Let dry.
6. Using a paper trimmer, cut a 1/2” wide frame, to go around the tray insert. Adhere using Foam Squares.
7. Run a semi dry brush with White Adirondack paint lightly over the front of the tray insert. Let dry.
8. Mat your photo on the cardstock. Adhere to the center of the tray insert using Foam Squares.
9. Remove the clip from the poinsettia, and pull apart the layers of the flower. Adhere the two layers of the flower, without the center on the lower right side of the tray insert using E6000. Let dry.
10. Adhere the antique metal lace flower to the center of the poinsettias using E6000. Let dry.
11. Apply an enamel dot to the center of the metal flower.
12. Run a semi dry brush with the white chalk paint and the white home decor wax to the front of the metal photo corners. Wipe the face of them off with a paper towel, allowing the paint to stay in the “grooves”. Adhere to the corners of the Inlay frame using E6000.