Frame Construction 1. Attach the four corners of the pre-grooved stretcher strips. I added a touch of wood glue to each of the corners for reinforcement. 2. For additional ornamental detail I added wood appliques to each of the corners and attached them with the wood glue. 3. For the paint cover I used a gold metallic spray paint - it took two coats. Chicken Wire Attachment 4. Turning the frame to the back, lay the chicken wire flush on the frame. 5. Attach the chicken wire by stapling along the edge if the frame. 6. By using the wire cutters, trim the excess wire netting. Hanging Information 7. I used Command strips to attach my frames to the wall, however you could use any other method(nails or screws). Attach photos, prints or jewelry to the frame with clothes pins or by simply tucking it into the wire.
1. Seam rip the BLADVASS pillowcases in half - you are only going to use the back pieces. You can save the other halves for another project!
2. Layout the KNOPPA flat sheet and cut out two rectangles(use the BLADVASS patterned pieces as your sizing guide).
3. Cut 10 strips measuring approximately 25" x 4" out of the remaining KNOPPA flat sheet and the scrap lace. I cut 6 strips from the flat sheet and 4 lace strips, but obviously you can switch these out and/or choose different layering materials.
4. Attach the 10 strips to the white pieces you cut out in Step 2 - START AT THE BOTTOM(trust me). Alternate the lace and the solid fabric to keep the pillow uniform.
5. With the finished sides together(patterned side & ruffled side touching), sew the three sides together.