This month our Bostik Blogger challenge theme was scrapbooking. After we were married, I became an avid scrapbooker and captured so any memories in huge 12″ x 12″ padded albums – but as a busy mom, it’s been too much of a challenge to keep up with it and so this blog is essentially my scrapbook – minus the pretty embellishments [which are all in my garage] – along with the photographs and canvases that we have displayed on the walls of our home.
I’m always on the look out for a pretty little frame and so we decided to make our own, inspired by our favourite Summer berry.
Our Summer Raspberry Photo Frame is another simple craft that means even your toddler can join in. I’m not saying they won’t paint everything in sight, but they can achieve something cute and even presentable as a gift.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Small plywood photo frame
Paintbrushes [I used a large flat one and a pointy one for the edges]
Paint [I used red and red glitter children’s ready mixed paints]
Bostik Blu tack or foam pads
Here’s how to do it: