Sunday, January 17, 2010

Nestie Storage

When life gives you lemons make lemonade!
When we moved into our new home here on Ft Meade the movers broke several of my picture frames and being the hoarder that I am I couldn't toss them. I put them in Hubbies man cave so they wouldn't be in my way lol. Anyhoo my friend Jeaneen placed an order with Oriental Trading company for some magnet sheets. She asked our stamping group if anyone wanted to do a group order YEAH! So this is what I came up with...
Broken 10x13 picture frame.
Step 1:
Step one take cardboard out of frame clean any dust and or glass off cardboard.

Step 2:
Lay magnet sheet under cardboard and trace line, cut off extra.


This is what the magnet sheets look like.



Step 3:
Peal off backing no need for glue the adhesive is pretty good.


This is what it looks like after you get it covered with magnet material.
Step 4:
Cut your Designer Paper 10X9
and two 10x2 pieces.

Step 5:
Cover area with mod podge (I like matte finish).
Step 6:
Lay down your designer paper onto glue. Rub out any air bubbles and let dry. After it's dry trim edge with scissors don't worry about it being perfect it's not going to show
after it's in the frame.

Step 7:
Coat the Designer Paper with another layer of Mod Podge (matte used here). Let dry and do it again this just protects your paper and it's optional but a good idea. Let dry between coats.
After project is dry move to step eight.



Step 8:
Put your frame back together and hang.
Add your Nesties and you are done! I just love how these came out.

This is really a simple project.
Hope you enjoy!
Supplies needed:
10x13 Picture frame (no glass)
Mod Podge (matte)
foam brush
2. 8.5x11 Adhesive Magnet sheets (oriental trading)
Designer Paper 10x9 and 2 @ 2x10 (Stampin Up Morning Sunshine)












18 comments:

harrahx2 said...

Very Cool Amanda. I saw something on Spitcoast yesterday where someone had done something like that. It's "changeable" art! I love it.

Tami said...

Thanks so much for sharing this is a great idea:)

Loretta Rodger said...

What a super cool idea Amanda. I use the same kind of magnet sheets inside my closet doors for storage, like the fact your's are decorative and match the fun decore!

Kimme said...

Ingenious! Make a few for me now please :)

Mary G. said...

You are SO clever!!! This is a fabulous idea! Beautiful "art" and functional!! TFS!

Mod Podge Amy said...

Very cute - I love!!

Kathi said...

What a cool idea Amanda! These are awesome! Thanks for the tutorial as well!

Annie said...

how cool. Thank you for great tips, Amanda!

Carrie said...

oh my word how clever is this! What a great idea for storage.

JazzyH said...

Great idea and thanks for sharing!

Anne said...

Great idea, thanks!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wonderful idea- thanks for sharing it-great tutorial!

Paper Addict said...

great idea...Glitter Bee hugs, Ronnie

Kathy said...

Great idea, I need to find a good way to store my nesties, I may have to try this.

My lifes inky escape and more said...

What a super cool idea!! I would never have thought about doing that!!

Carla aka scrappypug said...

great idea and pretty too!

Vicki said...

Wow! How clever and so pretty! Love this idea (from one hoarder to another)! Thanks so much for sharing the details!! Blessings to you!

Karli said...

Ok, this is soooo genious! It's artistic & practical! Love this idea. We're moving in a few months, so here's hoping for some broken frames! ;)