Sunday, December 18, 2016

Last Minute Gift Ideas Blog Hop

Are you ready for the holidays?
Do you need some last minute ideas?
We invite you to join the lsat minute gift ideas blog hop with a great group of talented designers.
Hop from blog to blog and find easy, fast and amazing last minute gift ideas!


I chose to make a quick gift - a picture frame.
I took an old wooden frame, painted it with a layer of gesso. Then several layers of blue tones.
I added a touch of Inca Gold.
I caught up with lace, flowers, and other decorations from my collection. I added the angel, that I made.
I got into the frame very old picture of my mother on her wedding day.
The frame is ready. Quick gift for a loved one.








You can also win a great prize! Visit all The Blogs participating in the hop, Leave a comment and you can win a $100 Visa gift card.

The list of blogs which you must visit and leave a comment:

Ola Khomenok
Patti Hodder
Katthy Chement
Alexsandra Morein
Sandy Trefger
Gloria Stengel
Pam Bray
Einat Alagem - you are here
Keren Tamir
Terry Ricioli
Katelyn Grosart
Einat Kessler
Susan M Brown
Stiph Ackerman
Eileen Hull
Rita Barakat
Maha Zehra

The winner of the $100 Visa gift card will be announced on einatkessler.com on Sunday, Dec 25th.

Thanks For Stopping By
EINAT

30 comments:

Carol Sterenstein said...

I am a horder of picture frames! I use them for lots of things--not just pictures. Your gift will certainly be appreciated by the recipient! The one thing I cannot live without is my Big Shot! Happy Holidays

Regina said...

Lovely frame

Anat said...

Really nice frame.
Can't live without stamps and stencils.

vickienipp said...

its so had to pick but to me beautiful papers are an inspiration and a must, my Misti, Big shot, Dies are all meaningless with
out gorgeous paper.love the frame

Jean Bullock said...

Very pretty frame. I need to make one like this for my daughter.

I can't live without my craft knife!

הלל אלנקווה said...

This frame reminded me my grandma.. And I'm so miss her . it is exiting work, thank you so much ...

CantCan't live without my stamps

Ina Good said...

very beautiful frame especially with lace appliques...cutter

barbara macaskill said...

I love how easy you make it seem to turn an ordinary picture frame into a work of art so quickly! Your finished frame is perfect for the photo you chose to use!! TFS!
My "can't live without" craft supply is glitter and watercolors! They are necessary to breathe and create!!

Cathy Frailey said...

I'm a frame nut so this is right up my alley! It's gorgeous!

Patti Hodder said...

I want to do this today!!! My favorite color combination and such a beautiful project. Thank you for sharing.

Metal Turi said...

wow. so elegant and pretty. you make it look so easy and i know it's not.
love your works.
i'm kinda new to crafting (unless you consider crochet - there i have to say good hooks ) but for the beginner me who don't have all the tools, amazing verity of paper and card-stock.

Ola Khomenok said...

Amazing frame! And great tutorial! Love it!

Pattie J. said...

beautiful frame. recycle an watch garage sales for make these beautiful frames

Margie Malone said...

Your frame and picture are a real treasure. They are beautiful.

Teresa Doyle said...

WOW, Einat, this is impressive. Such a beautiful frame.
In my craftroom I couldn't live without my Tonic paper trimmer.

Keren Tamir said...

beautiful frame!! ze maksim!!

גילת גורליק said...

Lovly frame!
I can't live without beautiful paper

Suzanne Hanlon said...

I love it. I can't live without gesso and matte medium. Seems to be the base of everything I do. Thanks for the inspiration!

Rebecca Yahrling said...

What lovely photo of your mom showcased so beautifully in this gorgeous frame. Love everything about it!
I can't live without all the awesome paper in my stash!

Alexandra♥ said...

Such a beautiful frame, Einat! Love the colors on it and the gorgeous picture of your mom, I can only imagine how you miss her.

Pammejo said...

Beautiful Frame, love the lace pieces!

craftychic said...

Such a lovely frame, so delicate with the flowers added! Your mom is beautiful :) Thank you for sharing!

Sue LD said...

Gorgeous way to decorate a frame.
I like my Tonic guillotine paper cutter.

Mitsyana Wright said...

so pretty... love the delicate flowers!!

I must have my dies and paper!!

Lesley Pyle said...

You've made this look so elegant, delicate and pretty - I love it.
Thankyou for the share.
I can't live without my WRMK paper trimmer!
Merry Christmas

Einat Kessler said...

What a beautiful frame. I love it!

Helen Budz said...

Wow! What a great idea. I haven't worked with these materials before but your design has me seriously looking into this. My favorite supplies are my crafting paper so this will be new territory for me. Thanks for the inspiration.

Wendy ArtsyChaos said...

I love to make gifts like this. Yours turned out beautifully!

Sandy Trefger said...

Your frame turned out beautiful!! Love it!!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

You really gave this frame a beautiful new life! Thanks so much for sharing!