Dawn and I are well known for starting projects and finishing them months and even years later. Our mom loves anything handmade and we are always promising her fabulous projects that appear months after her birthday or Christmas. Her birthday is April 1st and I started this frame the weekend before. I was sure I was going to get it done in time, HA! The good thing is my mom doesn't care.
The frame came from a local craft store that was closing. I got it 50% off. It came blank. I found the knobs at Home Depot where there is a large variety ranging from .97 cents to $5. The picture frames I found at Fred Meyer. I can't remember how much they were, but not too bad. I hot glued ribbon to the back of each picture frame, drilled the knobs into the frame, cut out some vinyl on my cricut, and took pictures of the grandkiddos. It was such an easy project, I have no idea why it wasn't done on time. The point is: It's finished, my mom loves it and it's no longer sitting in my craft room beckoning to me. I love it so much, I bought a frame for me as well and I'm going to have one of my own. That is, if I can ever get around to it.
Dawn posted a while ago about the guitar applique she made for my son. She made an adorable ladybug onesie for my daughter.