Make it a GOOD night with this sweet customer feature from EMILY DeVLIEGER!
When I was growing up, I remember having several night lights. My Dad used to take me along with him on shopping trips to a store called "Venture" which was much like a Target store. I seemed to come home with one every time we went to the store. I remember having a Care Bears nightlight- think it was one of my favorites!
I received this cute idea via email from Emily DeVliegerand decided to include it as our Customer Feature for February!
Here's a quick little "how to":
1. Stamp greeting farm image on vellum I used black memento ink. It does take a little while to dry. You can hurry it along with a heat gun.
2. Apply versamark ink to frame (I got my farm at michaels for a dollar) put embossing powder on the versamark. Emboss now apply versamark to your frame again. Have a red rubber stamp ready to apply images in the embossing. Heat a small area till the powder is melted press red rubber stamp in that area. Repeat until you are the whole way around frame. If you do not like simply heat again and the embossing powder will become molten again.
NOTE only use red rubber stamps as the clear ones will melt. I used Midnight Emerald Obsidian embossing powder from Lindy's Stamp Gang.
3. Color stamped image. I used Copic markers.
4. Measure and cut your image to fit in the frame and then glue it in.
5. Tie twine around bottom of frame for decoration.
6. Glue frame to nightlight ***NOTE: ONLY USE AN LED NIGHTLIGHT they do not get hot the other kinds of nightlights are not safe for this project. Use an LED nightlight with as flat of a front as you can find. I used a GE waterfall nightlight I found at my local grocery store. You may need to build up the glue till your frame can sit straight.
Such a sweet idea! I have a little one begging her mama to try this out using the new Valentine's Anya :) Just may have to!
Thanks again to EMILY and don't forget, guys, YOU can be featured in the TGF Newsletter as well as earn FREE STAMPS for your projects! Thanks so much