FAMILY: forever art piece class


The class to make this framed art piece was last night and we had a marvelous time creating!  Just look at the gorgeous creations my friends made:

There were 4 different versions of this particular color combo last night.  The DSP used was Elegant Soiree and the colors are Baja Breeze, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Basic Gray and Very Vanilla. 

 Unfortunately, it’s hard to see the true colors of these beautiful art pieces because I had to photograph them late at night…you should see them in real life – amazing!!!

The colors in this one are stunning!!  DSP is Love Letter and the colors are Riding Hood Red, Basic Black and Very Vanilla.  Very classy!!

My gracious – did I ever love this!!  It totally inspired me to create a Christmas theme insert for MY frame…DSP is Jolly Holiday and colors are Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Very Vanilla and Early Espresso.

Again, the colors just aren’t showing true in this photo – this piece has a wonderful “spring-like” quality to it.  DSP is Sunny Garden and colors are Pappy Parade, Daffodil Delight, and Pear Pizzaz. 

Doesn’t this piece just scream Happy Family???  It is such a Happy piece!  DSP is Play Date and colors are Real red, Chocolate Chip, Tempting Turquoise, Old Olive and So Saffron – lots of color!!

Now that my class is over and because I have received a few requests, I had decided to offer the INSTRUCTIONS for this project to you – for only $1.99!!

Please note:  these are step-by-step instructions with cutting dimensions ONLY – it is not a photo tutorial.  Use it as a guideline to create your own piece of art – use different DSP, colors, punches, accessories, etc.  It is 3 pages of step-by-step instructions for creating and assembling each block. There are also 2 large photos to help you.  You can purchase the project instructions on the right by clicking on the paypal button.





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  1. Tracey says:

    I love these! I think I will have to give this a try. TFS & offering the instructions.

  2. Belinda says:

    Hi Natasha,
    And what a lovely daughter you have ! The pics look great and so does all the food !
    mjammie 🙂

  3. Sandra says:

    Awesome project Natasha … what size are the frames?

  4. Stephanie A says:

    I love these! I case’d them but I made mine in frames that were sized (I think)5×12. I wanted to
    be able to sell them at a craft show at my church.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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