Last year I made a ticket stub frame for my husband out of an IKEA frame. This year, I found an even easier way to do it!
Michael's sells a 12"x12" top-loading shadow box (they market it for collecting wine corks). It's also perfect for tickets, and comes pre-made with a slot at the top! Being 12"x12", a piece of scrapbook paper perfectly fills the background. And it was 40% off, so of course I bought it.
I got a piece of black and white scrapbook paper, as well as another piece of a polka dot crimson paper with a velvety texture.
I ran the crimson paper through my Silhouette to cut out the logo. I'm not an Alabama fan, but I sure do know a few!!!
Then all I had to do was place the letter on the black and white paper, and load it all into the shadow box.
This project cost $22 ($20 for the shadowbox and $2 for the pretty paper), and took less than half an hour. Most of that time was designing and sizing the "A" in the Silhouette software.
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