I attached the fabric to the back part of the frame. Then I used fabric glue to attach the buttons to the fabric. Then I placed the whole thing in the frame
For the frame, I had a nice new 10" x 17" wooden frame. I thought it looked a little blah when I put the cross in it. So I sanded it and tried to figure out how to add some color without spray paint (it was too late to spray paint and I knew I could come up with something that didn't need much drying time). Here's what I did: I got some red acrylic paint and added water. Then I proceeded to brush that on the frame- kind of like white-washing, only it was red-washing!
I still felt like it needed something, so once it was dry, I got some antiquing medium and rubbed it on the paint. It made the wood lines pop out. I was pleased with the effect.
To finish it off, I added rub on letters that say, "Believe."
I just freehanded this cross, but if you'd like to make one, you could always print out a cross, cut it out, and trace around it on the fabric. Then just make sure you cover up your pencil marks.
What do you think?
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This post is linked to Life in Grace and