Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers

Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers

EcoHeidi Borchers transforms cardboard and craft foam shapes into a music lover’s frame. Topped with a beaded and wire handle, this frame will look pretty hanging on the wall in celebration of your love of music! Featured on Cool2Craft TV.

Watch Heidi’s super cute Love My Music Frame YouTube video tutorial!


Aleene’s FunCraft Foam Glue
Cardboard frame shape
Cereal box (for patterns)
Ruler and pencil
Musical notes and treble clef patterns of your choice
Craft foam – full sheets (color of your choice)
Craft foam – alphabet letters (color of your choice)
Acrylic paint – black and colors of your choice for dry brush technique
Paint brush
Toothpick (to apply glue)
Wire and beads
Hole punch

Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers 1 For this project, I found this package of 12 cardboard frames at my local Michaels store. This frame concept could be a fun group project!
Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers 2 I like to make my patterns from cereal box cardboard so that I can keep them and use them for many projects. Trace your music themed icons onto craft foam with pencil.
Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers 3 Cut along pattern lines with scissors. You’ll notice that I used a bright yellow craft foam but you will be painting over the craft foam so the color of foam does not matter.
Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers 4 With pencil, lightly draw guide lines approximately 3/8″ apart on front of frame. You will be using these as gluing guides. Glue shapes onto frame.
Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers 5 I cut my craft foam strips on my paper trimmer so that they are nice and straight.
Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers 6 Determine spacing and cut the strips to fit around the music notes and treble clef. Glue in place on frame. Add alphabet lettering to create wording of your choice. Let glue dry.
Love My Music Frame by EcoHeidi Borchers 7 To color my frame, I first painted the entire surface with black. Let dry. Using a dry brush technique, paint the letters, treble clef and notes. I also used a dry brush to color the strips.To finish the frame, punch holes at the top, insert curled wire, add beads and attach through second hole.Tape picture to the back of frame.


About Tiffany Windsor

Born into an artistic, entrepreneurial family, it is no surprise that Tiffany has found success expressing her talents in many different arenas. As the daughter of Aleene Jackson, America’s beloved “Mother of Crafting” and inventor of Aleene’s Tacky Glue, Tiffany’s first love is expressing herself creatively. Tiffany is well known in the creative community as the producer and host of Aleene’s Creative Living Television show and editor of the companion newsstand magazine. She has made regular appearances on QVC and HSN and has authored numerous hard-cover and soft-cover books. She is an active member of the Craft and Hobby industry and co-director of the CHA SoCal Chapter. Tiffany is the founder of Cool2Craft, featuring an on-line creative community and popular YouTube channel. -

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