This one was created by A Diamond in the Stuff, isn't it adorable. Oddly, I just realized my frame is very similar to hers and I purchased mine from my favorite thrift store. Although it was dollar tree price, I really liked the frame design.
This is my frame before I cleaned it up and distressed it. Not the cutest thing ever right?
Because I didn't like the color of my frame, I decided to distress it with some acrylic paint and crackle medium. Well, my crackle medium I guess had crackled out, so I ended up taking a chance and using some Tim Holtz distress crackle in rock candy, and it worked perfectly.
This is my completed frame. Oh how I love vintage pieces:) I created a mini felt floral piece and sewed it on, then added a papercrafting coco pearl to the center of the flower.
I really love my pin cushion frame:)
On to my framed pin cushion #2:
This one was simply easy peasy. All I did for this one is remove the glass front and add my felt. This fram will be used for my scrapbook pins.
These are some Maya Road pins and Tim Holtz clear embellishments I've added to the frame. I'm sure before long, I'll have pearls and other decorative pins adorning this pin cushion. I simply adore these.