Merged Word and Photo Frames

Welcome to another Make it  Monday blog hop! Did you hop on over from Gina’s making up-cycled project?  She’s such an up-cycling genius!  Read through to see who’s next in the blog hop….

As I was looking at Facebook, some images caught my eye from the Pixels2Pages page (tagged #p2PWordMergeCollageVT).  I love this idea and I just knew it would work as an image to help promote my 2015 Flower Calendar!


I think it looks really cool with the number and image all together.  Here’s a quick list of the steps I took in Artisan:

  •  insert a photo frame
  •  insert a letter
  •  line them up
  •  flatten
  •  crop your picture
  •  fill selected with image

This is a super easy technique and the step by step video is available on the Pixels2Pages membership site.

And if you’re curious about my 2015 Flower Calendar – sign up to be the first to know when the Creative Christmas Bundle is available for sale!

What are you doing to get into the holiday spirit?  Cooking?  Crafting?  Decorating?

Now, hop on over to Beth who is sharing some quick and easy projects with her scor-board as the main tool.




And in case you missed someone, here’s the entire blog hop list.

Gina   is doing an up-cycled Christmas project.

Beth is sharing some quick and easy projects with her scor-board as the main tool

Alice gives us essential tips for creating a perfect, simple layout.

Connie shows us a twist on a traditional Advent Calendar.


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4 thoughts on “Merged Word and Photo Frames

  1. Pingback: Making Christmas Cards | Messtaken Identity

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