Recycled Home Decor with Authentique Paper & Petaloo
Authentique Paper and Petaloo are teaming up over the next couple of days to bring you tons of inspiration using Authentique Paper and Petaloo products!
After you check out the projects here on the Authentique Paper blog, be sure to head on over to the Petaloo blog to find out what the talented members of their Design Team have in store for you today!
We are all about recycling here (if you haven't noticed that already). My husband is always finding "trash" for me to re-purpose into neat projects & home decor pieces. A few months ago he brought home a bunch of old picture frames that someone was throwing away. So my first thought was to make something with them!
I was really drawn to this frame. The dimension and design on it screamed "Enchanted!"
I painted the frame with a matte black spray paint, it was previously an antique gold color, which was not going to work for my project. Here you can see the neat detail. Adding the beautiful flowers from Petaloo was just the icing on the cake for this project.
The dimensional flowers were made from recycled toilet paper rolls. I cut them into strips and spray painted them then added a little shimmer with some glimmer mist. I used stickers from the "Enchanted" 12x12 Details sticker sheet for the centers of the flowers.
I thought that the little spiders were just the cutest little things! I had to add them on here somewhere... and I am NOT a fan of spiders... I'm actually terrified of them. These however, are simply adorable and were the perfect addition to my Halloween home decor project!
Be sure to check back every day this week for more project inspiration! We have an Authentique Prize Pack to give away to one of our lucky commenters (please leave unique comments!) Also, make sure you stop and visit us as well as our friends over at Petaloo for prizes and lots of wonderful inspiration coming your way! Also, make sure you stop by the Petaloo Facebook Page and tell them Authentique Paper sent you!
Authentique- Enchanted Collection: 12x12 Details Stickers, "Haunted" 12x12 paper
Petaloo- Sienna Mixed Blooms, Black Velvet Hydrangeas, Orangeade Velvet Butterflies, Dazzlers- Mummies
What an awesome project Emily!!!!!ReplyDelete
this rocks Emily! gotta save me some TP rolls!ReplyDelete
What an cute project.ReplyDelete
That is perfect for this time of year!!!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty! Those TP rolls look great and I love the black/orange contrast!ReplyDelete
Emily...you are an inspiration! An old "throw away" frame and the "lowly" TP roll turned into a work of art like this one, amazing! Your choice of orange Petaloo flowers and spiders is the perfect complement too!! Thank you for making our flowers and Dazzlers look so great!!!ReplyDelete
I love this. So pretty! And I agree, those little spiders are the cutest!!ReplyDelete
Emily what a FABBBBY project. I have a thing for old frames and you did WELL by this one!!! and BTW....I am in agreement with you about the spider thingy.....couldn't resist using them on my project either!!ReplyDelete
This is just gorgeous Emily!ReplyDelete
Hi, Emily! Your project is really cute and how lucky are you to have a hubby that "gets" you and what you're all about? My ex would no more have thought to bring home old frames to me than the man in the moon.... that's one reason he's my ex! LOL Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
This look fantastic!!!ReplyDelete
This is an absolutely inspirational project! I can't wait to look around my craft room to see what I have to remake!ReplyDelete
Wow this is gorgeous! The details are Fantastic.ReplyDelete
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I really like the dimensional flowers on here. I love the way you see the edges of the toilet roll instead of just using flat paper. The spiders are so cute. Just a little detail added that made this project even cuter. Fun stuff!ReplyDelete
Love the ornate frame, great idea to spray it! Will have to try that.ReplyDelete
I think the matte black paint helps bring out the detail in the picture frame really well. Even with the black and orange color scheme the matte black keeps it from screaming just halloween. It can be used as decor for the whole Fall season, even with the spiders. And, I still get a giggle when I see art work using toilet paper rolls. It's wonderful to be able to take something so forgettable and make 'prettiness' out of it.ReplyDelete
Like the use of the frame, as you said perfect for this project.ReplyDelete
Perfect! Love the flowers, love the frame, love it all!ReplyDelete
I find the gold, ornate frames to be just too much for almost anything, so painting it black makes the frame stand out without being overpowering.ReplyDelete
The spiders add the perfect touch!
This came out very nice! I love to recycle & DIY! Spray is a girls best friend! Anxious to see all your projects this week!ReplyDelete
Lynda in Ca
Really like that you have re-purposed found items.ReplyDelete
Like the hidden spiders and swirled black flower accents.
Love love love it........great way to recycle frame and toilet paper rolls. The flowers "frame" your project perfectly. The spiders add that perfect touch of whimsey. Well done.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful display of gorgeous Authentique paper use and of course Petaloo flowers. Love lOve love it!!!!!ReplyDelete
That is a lovely project. Love the toilet paper flowers! Cute way to use them.ReplyDelete
Carla from Utah
love the colors emm. what kind of spray paint do you use? love this matte black! i need to know what to get for some of my projects.ReplyDelete
Wow, such a gorgeous creation! Your flowers turned out really neat!ReplyDelete
What a creative altered frame!! Very creative to make flowers from TP rolls!! Love how the matte black paint gives such detail to the frame too.ReplyDelete
Love Fall and Halloween decorations, the frame is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing and make sure to check my blog hop on Sept 28&29 for some other inspirations. http://pammejoo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
I'm a re-cycle kind of gal too, so loved your picture frame and the flowers and paper. Awesome how you made your flowers out of toilet paper rolls, that's great. I may have to go pull some of mine out of the re-cycle bag to make some of my own. lol Thanks for some really great ideas!!ReplyDelete
What a sweet project Emily! I love that frame and how you fixed it up! Those sweet flowers and spiders - very cute!ReplyDelete
I love your frame. I also find thrift store frames and re do them. It's so much fun...ReplyDelete
p.s. Your right the little spider is adorable.
Love this project. The spiders are so cute and the flowers just really pop on that paper. Petaloo's flowers finish it so well. Great job and thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Oh my gosh! That frame is fabulous! I love that you made the flowers out of toilet paper rolls! I'm a huge fan of combining old and new and this is fabulous!ReplyDelete
Wow! This is gorgeous. That color really pops.ReplyDelete
love the little spiders... what a great way to recycle your frames - love that you used a matt paint and that the orange paper makes everything else pop :)ReplyDelete
Love those little spiders =) wonderful inspiration to redo those old frames you have up in the attic or storage drawer. Thank you for sharing and a chance to win.ReplyDelete
Holy crow! This frame is amazing! Love it!ReplyDelete
wow.. gorgeous Emily!!ReplyDelete
Love your refurbished frame project!ReplyDelete
Very cool framed piece-I like all the recycling too and the spiders!ReplyDelete
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Awesome frame project Emily!!ReplyDelete
I'm fairly certain this wasn't suppose to happen-but that quote moved me to tears.What a beautiful sentiment-it brings back memories of a simpler,ReplyDelete
gentler time.I want to use it with fireflies somehow.Thank you for taking me back in time.
I like everything about your frame except the spiders!ReplyDelete
I really love this frame and altered piece! LOVE the addition of the spiders...which I didn't even notice at first! Almost like a project with a hidden surprise!ReplyDelete
Love, love, love this frame. I think this line is gorgeous. Orange is my favorite color. I'd probably skip the spiders, though. I'm petrified of them :)ReplyDelete
So cute!! I hate spiders but this frame was just darling.ReplyDelete
I adore this project. And as I was looking at it and making notes on how it was made, I came to a great idea! If you used repositional adhesive, you could remove the halloween details later ...replace with something current and it would work year long!ReplyDelete
love this picture frame! thanks for the chance to win goodies!ReplyDelete
That is so, so pretty! What a fun and unexpected Halloween frame. Totally love!ReplyDelete
Really pretty, love the black flowers you make with the paper behind. Also love the flower embellishment! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Fabulous frame!! LOVE,LOVE,LOVE the flowers in the centers of the Pet-a-loo flowers. Fabulous quote!!ReplyDelete
Seriously awesome! I love how you used the toilet paper tubes. We go through a ton so I need to jump on the bandwagon and use them for crafting. I just love the whole look of this project. Fabulous job!ReplyDelete
Beautiful frame! I haven't made anything using a frame yet, but this beautiful project gives me the urge! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Enchanting! And what a way to recycle!ReplyDelete
I just found your blog through Petaloo! and have signed up to follow your blog through email.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to a great week!
Lovely piece! I really like that it's for everyday use, not just Halloween.ReplyDelete
Wonderful idea! Would look great in white for a little girl's room, too...ReplyDelete
Wonderful project, Emily. I'm a HUGE fan of recycle projects! Makes me look at toilet rolls in a whole new light!ReplyDelete
OK, so I need your husband to find things for me! I am so in love with your frame and it is even more awesome because of your "reworking" of it! That background paper is so lovely and your toilet paper details are wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!!!ReplyDelete
Great idea! I agree those little spiders are so darn cute. The paper with the writing in the background really adds to the look.ReplyDelete
love the frame!ReplyDelete