So I decided to jump on the silhouette bandwagon (thanks to a little inspiration from my friend Holly). I bought this old frame (which was a mirror in a past life) for $2.00 at a church rummage sale back in March and instantly knew what I wanted to do with it… make a silhouette of Bailey!
So I took it home, cleaned it up, and gave it a couple of nice, even coats of red spray paint.
Then I snapped some pictures of Bailey and used this process to make my silhouette. The process was a little tough thanks to all of those
pesky pretty curls on the back of her neck and my beginner-level experience with Photoshop… but I think it turned out pretty well.
I had a piece of oval glass cut at a local frame shop and cut a backer out of foam board. I traced the shape of the glass onto a piece of scrapbook paper which I then cut out.
Next I used an acid free glue stick to mount my silhouette on to the scrapbook paper, sandwiched the scrapbook paper between the glass and backer, and then placed it all in the frame. Then I used a glue gun to secure everything in place.
And this is what I ended up with. Isn’t it sweet? I just love it!
Now… I just have to figure out the best place in the house for it.