I am Trish. I’m a working mother of two adorable baby boys and I’m married to my lovely husband for about five years. I work very hard on creating a well balanced, fun and simple life for my kids and family. I’m an artist/designer and a homemaker amongst other things. I love to do a little bit of everything including arts & crafts, cooking, decorating, sculpting, painting, organizing and gardening etc. I get inspired from everything that I look at. I feel like I can make and do just about anything. My superpower is my creativity that I am only now appreciating and embracing for the first time through by blog, Crafty Moods. There is no other way to showcase or share my ideas than this way. I feel a strong urge to share my ideas because I believe that anyone can do these ideas and it creates a fulfilling feeling knowing that you can make something for the third of the price or recycle something into a another beautiful, useful product. Thanks for spending some time with me.
- Bamboo sticks placemat
- Hot glue gun
- Card board
- Any type of good quality paper
- Favorite photo
I snipped off the three knots at the end of the placemat and the bamboo sticks just fell off the strings easily.
I used three sticks per side. Figure out how you would like to shape your frame…
Should look like this, make sure all the sides that are sticking out are even to the other sides.
Measure it to your frame to make sure its big enough for your frame’s backing.
Do it as close as possible to the sticks.