Ive had some fun creating with Dusty Attic 6x6 frames with more of Websters Pages Western Romance. The one thing I love about Websters Pages is with a little bit of fussy cutting you get embellishments from your paper with out the cost of having to buy some to match.
Ive honestly never been a fan of their reverse sides though - I used to look at them and think how do you go from something so beautiful to this?, and I never saw the benefit of them and could never get them to 'fit' with my scrapping. This time I decided to take down my mind block and see what I could do with them.
This is the first of my frames - they come in packs of two, one has a window type of effect and the other uses the negative elements of the 'window'. You'll see what I mean.
This first frame uses the reverse of "Line Dance" - a lovely bright yellow, with the front of the paper as well. I've also used some Prima flowers from my stash, some old Basic Grey rubons and a fabric ticket that I have cut down to a smaller size. This frame uses the negative of the 'window'.
The second frame is the 'window' frame. Ive used two different papers from the same range, and fussy cut some of the flowers and layered them with foam dots for dimension. I've also used another fabric ticket and inked the edges with Pinecone Ink. The door lock and key is Melissa Frances. Tucked in behind my Prima cluster is a canvas resist silhouette that you could ink or spray with glimmermist but Ive chosen to keep it in its original form. Ive also added a Websters push pin and tied my double using ribbon binding. Both frames also come with their own little stands too!
I hope this has given you some ideas in how to utilise some of these awesome products!