Enjoying the Little Things – A Miniature Display

Hi guys,

Today I’m sharing a blog only project with you all, so no video this time. Several pictures though, so check it out!

Recently I created a little display with a picture of one of my aunts. It’s made of chipboard and cardstock, but is very sturdy nonetheless and can stand all on its own. It sports design paper on all sides and some cute little embellishments on the inside.
For this particular one I used some Mariposa paper by DCWV.

These little frames are very cute and are a great way to use up all of your leftover pieces of chipboard and paper. On top of that, they make awesome little personal gifts! Because they won’t take as much time as, say, a mini album, and I find them perfect for rainy Sunday afternoons 🙂

Check out the pictures below, and if you’d like to create some yourself, check out the (affordable)  tutorial!

See you in a couple of days with a video post again – until then, stay crafty! 🙂


Create Your Own Miniature Display Frame

Recently I came up with a small display frame, or foto frame if you will, entirely made of chipboard. It’s pretty easy to make and won’t take you several days of crafting. So I decided to create a tutorial for you all, to help you through these dreary winter days of your Christmas holidays 🙂

And it won’t take many supplies either! Just some leftovers will do 😉 :

  • Some leftover chipboard pieces
  • Some leftover cardstock
  • Some leftover pieces of scrapbook paper
  • Embellishments
  • Acrylic paint
  • Glue/Double-sided tape
  • Hot glue
  • a small picture

You can check out the tutorial in my Etsy shop, it has 15 pages with 30 clear pictures.