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1 Frame - 2 Ways
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Saturday 9/11/2021 11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Embassy Suites by Hilton San Marcos Hotel Conference Center & Spa
Pricing Information
Price Per Session (before discount): $36.00
You'll make a cute and unique home decor frame in this class using the new Frameables line by Clear Scraps. You'll receive a base and frame as well as two theme sets each consisting of a word and a shape: Welcome with a mason jar, and Fall with a pumpkin. The base is made so that the theme sets are changeable.

All pieces are wood and are made right here in the US.


You'll use paint, paper, and other embellishments to decorate your frame. And you'll learn some fun and easy techniques that you can use on other wood projects!


Additional themes, other Clear Scraps products as well as supplies for the class will be available for purchase at the Just Crop booth.


How long class lasts: 1 hour

Class price: $36.00 Online, $38.00 At Event

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  • Category(ies): Crafting, Gifts, Home décor
  • Skill Level: Intermediate
  • Supplies to bring to class: Apron, detail scissors, fine tip black pen, file (Clear Scraps Sanding Stick is preferred), pop dots and adhesive (zip dry is preferred)
  • What you'll complete in class: You will make a base and frame set, as well as 2 changeable theme sets to use with the frame.
  • Products You’ll Play With: Wood base and frame set as well as 2 theme sets each consisting of a word and shape. You will also receive paint, paper, and embellishments to complete the project. Techniques: How to use paint and paper to embellish wood. Also how to use a file to remove excess paper to create smooth edges.