Hi， Chris Pozzi？here and today I have my latest thrift store frame revamp project that I’；d love to share with you.
I found this frame at my local Goodwill Store. The coloring was a green from another “；trendy”； era. I know I could re-purpose the frame to coordinate with my love of flowers and all things Nature! I was able to update the color using Tattered Angels New Color Wash Faux Finish in Weathered Copper.linen pillow covers
Products Chris used to upcycle her frame：Tattered Angels Color Wash Faux Finish –； Weathered CopperTattered Angels Mini Origins Art Collection –； WingsTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； English Ivy，？Woven Burlap，？Festivalaccent pillow case baby floor，？Cross My Heart，？Marigold，？Pumpkin Spice，？Nougat，？Verdigris，？Mountain Mist，？Dried LavenderCanvas Corp Spring Showers paper –； Butterflies on IvoryPremade “；Prima”； flowers (any color)
Repaint the picture frame using Tattered Angels Color Wash Faux Finish –； Weathered Copper.
Paint leaves on Mixed Media Origins Wings paper using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist -English Ivy.
Paint branches using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Woven Burlap.
Paint flowers first with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Festival， then add shading with Cross My Heart.
Paint the butterfly with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist -Marigold then shade with Pumpkin Spice.
Paint Catepillar with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Nougat then shade with Verdigris.
Paint background with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Mountain Mist.Once dry， trim Mixed Media Origins paper to fit into frame.
Fussy cut Butterfly from Butterflies on IVory paper.Paint with Marigold Glimmer Mist then shade with Pumpkin Spice.
Recolor “；prima”； style flowers using Glimmer Mists –； Festival and Dried Lavender.
Add flowers and fussy cut butterfly to frame to finish.
The old frame has been completely upcycled and given a new life!
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Sugar scrubs are great for exfoliating dry skin and help to lock in moisture with nourishing oils. I’m known for always having sugar scrub containers around. My sisters often leave my house with my latest sugar scrub creation and make requests for their favorites. I’ve been making my own scrubs for years after realizing how pricey they can be to buy. Back in college, my friend and I sat down one weekend and experimented with different sugar scrub recipes and I’ve been hooked ever since! Today, I’m sharing a twist on the most basic brown sugar scrub recipe. This orange brown sugar scrub is refreshing with its citrus scent and helps soften dry hands.
Glossy magazines have something e-readers never will: crisp, saturated pages you can repurpose in this genius way. Flip through old issues and snip parts of images containing colors and patterns you like. Then, turn your clippings into these tasseled toppers.