Wild West Auction Frame II

Wild West Auction Frame II

I’ve been working away on those blank wooden picture frames to make them into Wild West themed picture frames!  I decided to take the second frame in a girly direction, pulling out some retired DSP and embellishments.  (You can see my first Wild West picture frame by following the link.)

Once again I pulled out the Simply Pressed Clay.  I got right to work laboring over some cowgirl boots (not that my “cowgirl boots” look any different than “cowboy boots” mind you).  I finally formed them into an acceptable shape and set them out to dry.  Back at the picture frame, I was adding finishing touches to what could be done before adding the boots. . . .  Then I realized . . . I made the boots facing the wrong direction . . .  Ugh.  Back to the clay to try again . . .

You can be assured the first pair of boots will appear on another frame, they will NOT go to waste!

Would you like to see the second frame?Wild West Picture FrameThe designer paper I used, along with the various roses are all retired items while the doily and clay are still available in our current Stampin’ Up! Catalog.

Simply Pressed Clay

Here is a close up picture of the boots.  I don’t claim to be very good with clay, but I figure when my husband and children can tell me what they are, they must be passable.

Two more picture frames to go.  I don’t mean to clog the blog with tons of picture frames . . . but I try to share what I’m working on . . . and this just happens to be what I’m working on . . . around Christmas Floral Arrangement preparations!

I’m off to teach Kindergarten today.  Maybe I should take a frame for the class to decorate, what do you think?

Comments

  1. Becky, I never tire of anything that you create. You have pressed my buttons with the “Wild West Auction Frame II”, I have boots, not that color, which I love on this frame. I wish I lived close enough and I would be the first to arrive and the last to leave. I would wear my jeans and boots, no hat and a nice western shirt. I wouldn’t mind having a frame exactly like the one you so carefully created, I would take such good care of it. Thank you for sharing your beautiful creation and you have a fun day at school with all the children.

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