Father’s Day Frame #DIYBlogChallenge

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It’s time for June’s #DIYBlogChallenge and this months theme was Father’s Day!

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Every month a group of fellow bloggers and I come up with a theme and then create a DIY/Craft project. None of us know what each of us are making until we get the final collage just before posting time so I look forward to seeing what everyone comes up with. Last months theme was a thrift store makeover you can check that out here.

When I was looking around for ideas for this months project I saw a lot of frames saying “Daddy you Rock” with rocks stuck around the outside edge, which I really loved. I also saw frames that had three apertures with children holding the message “I love you” or “I love Daddy”.  The project I came up with marries these two ideas together!

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I’m really pleased with how it turned out and I know my Husband is going to love it.

The first step to this project was to have a photo shoot. As we live on the seafront, and I wanted Mason to collect the pebbles for the frame from the beach, I thought that would be a great place to take the photos. I made the signs he held using some spare wallpaper and a marker pen, you could make them fancier and more decorated if you wanted to. Mason just looked so cute in these photos I have to share them with you!!

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Once you have your photos printed out you can get started on the frame. 

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You need to find a frame with 3 apertures and a good size edge, wide enough to stick the pebbles to. I picked mine up at Home Bargains but here are some other options. 

As I said, Mason and I collected our pebbles from the beach but if you’re not able to do that you can easily buy bags of decorative pebbles. Here are some options. 

You will also need a glue gun and glue sticks to attach the pebbles.

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It’s as easy as adding a good blob of hot glue and then sticking on the “rock”. Keep working your way around until the frame is full and then add in your photos!

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Even with the time it took to take the photos and collect the rocks I had this made in a day so it’s a great last minute idea to make if you are struggling to find something for this weekend!

Lianne x

Now it’s time for you to take a look at all the other projects in this months #DIYBlogChallenge. 

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Click the links below to see the posts πŸ™‚

Cassie Smallwood

Makings of Mine

Eps and Amy

Gifts and Blab

Doodle and Stitch

Hapiness Wherever

Pin my Father’s Day Frame to save it for later!

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