Categories: “New Life” posts reflect up-cycled projects while “New Purpose” lables are for re-purposed projects.
Tag Archives: Cardboard furnishings
The Internet has numerous projects where paper quilling techniques and empty toilet paper and paper towel tubes are combined to create the look of wrought iron, and having seen these, I have wanted to try this technique for myself. I … Continue reading
Up to this point, all the frames that I had made had flat fronts with some sort of covering. On this frame, I had painted it white, but I did not like the way the paint looked when I finished … Continue reading
This cardboard frame was given an embossed look by building up a design with craft glue. I did this one free-hand, but you could draw out the design that you want directly on the frame, then trace over it in … Continue reading
As I was looking around for different ways to disguise my cardboard frames, I came across some scraps of burlap in my sewing room that were leftover from another home project. Since burlap has enjoyed a degree of popularity recently, … Continue reading
The first couple of frames that I made were designed to go in my husband’s office area, so I used things from nature to cover them. These two frames sit next to each other on a shelf and look very … Continue reading
After working with cardboard to produce lecterns, I was excited by its potential. So I spent time exploring the realm of cardboard frames. Though technology has allowed for us load thousands of photos onto a single frame that changes the … Continue reading