Mod Podge Chevron Frames for Valentine’s Day

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Photo taken 12/4/11 during a date night at FunFusion in NY.

I recently picked up my very first bottle of Mod Podge and I am hooked. For my very first project I decided to attempt to decorate some frames for Valentine’s Day. I honestly had no idea what I was doing, but I love how they turned out!

This project is perfect for sprucing up old frames. I didn’t have any frames in need of an immediate makeover so I picked some up at Walmart for 98 cents.

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I was hoping to find white frames, but I was unable to find any. I ended up grabbing brown frames and painting them with white acrylic paint.

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In Photoshop, I made a chevron pattern, tiled it to fit an entire sheet of paper, and printed it out.

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I then, brushed a little Mod Podge on the frame and placed the frame on the back of my chevron pattern.

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With a X-ACTO knife, I trimmed around the frame, leaving just enough paper to fold around the frame.

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I brushed a layer of Mod Podge on top of the chevron paper and folded the excess paper around the frame. I glopped on too much Mod Podge in some areas, so the ink bled a little. Other than that it looks super cool, huh?

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Although my frame was pretty pre-glitter, I decided to go over the red chevron lines with a red glitter pen.

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Voila!

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I also decorated another frame (not as great as my first) and slid a cute “i love us” print inside.

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What will I Mod Podge next? Stayed tuned…

I Love Us prints can be found here and here, chevron patterns here (a freebie from me).

Linking to: Made by you Monday, Craft-o-Maniac, Sumo’s Sweet Stuff, and The Girl Creative

I am a member of the Walmart Moms program. Walmart is compensating me for sharing this DIY project (featuring products that I purchased from Walmart) with you. All words and opinions are always my own. Read my full disclosure policy here.



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