One of my grandsons wanted to make a present for his mom's birthday. I looked through my supplies and found an unpainted narrow wood frame, a few jewels, a flower, some heart stickers and some cork board. Those supplies to start, along with a trip to Michael's for ribbon and silver jewels. I used an idea from Pinterest which I no longer have a link to; and, I have modified the project slightly from its original design and came up with this idea.
Nikeo painted the frame a nice black matte color and while he was doing that Grandma cut the cork board to fit the frame. I double layered the cork board to make a thick base to stick pins and tacks through. After the painting was done I took the roll of sparkles/jewels and cut the strips down to effectively fit around the edges of the frame and still allow enough room for items to be pinned to the board. The row of jewels you see in the middle of the cork board hides a seam where I had to piece the cork board together. Once that was hot-glued down, I took the ribbon and hot glued it to the edge of the frame. The ribbon design is hard to see but it is a zebra stripe with silver and red, not pink as the pictures tend to show.
The ribbon was accented perfectly with the zebra print daisy that we affixed to the lower right corner with a little heart sticker on in the middle. After that I found some swooshies in black jewels and I added them to the board. One looks like it is flowing out of the daisy on the bottom right half of the board and the other accents the lower left corner of the top of the board above the row of jewels. A couple of more little red hearts to match the ribbon and the board itself was finished out.
On the top I used more of the ribbon from the edges and made a hanger which I attached to the back of the board. All in all it turned out really cute! Nikeo's mom liked it and it holds a prime place on the wall in her bedroom!
Until next time, Imagine, Create, Enjoy!