How to Make a Quiche Pan FrameDecember 30th, 2008 in blog
Quiche Pan Frame
1/4 inch Cotton Ribbon
1 inch Satin Ribbon
Thin Cork (sold in sheets or rolls at craft stores)
Saw Tooth Picture Hanger
Decoupage Glue (I used Mod Podge, Hard Coat, satin finish)
Super Glue (I used Gorilla Glue)
#0000 Steel Wool
Spray Adhesive (I used 3M Photo Mount for photo and mat and 3M Sprayment to attach ribbon and cork)
1. Remove metal insert from pan and reserve for future project.
2. Measure inside of pan and using a paper cutter, cut craft paper to size.
3. Trace center circular cutout of pan on backside of craft paper.
4. Carefully cut circle in center of craft paper using a scissors or circular paper cutter.
5. Apply decoupage glue to inside of pan and place craft paper over glue, smooth out all air bubbles,and allow to dry.
6. Once dry, apply 2 thin coats of decoupage glue to craft paper allowing 20 minutes dry time between coats.
7. Apply 6 additional coats according to instructions above and let project dry overnight.
8. Wet # 400 sandpaper with water and sand finish lightly until flat and smooth. Wipe dry.
9. Polish with #0000 steel wool and wipe with damp cloth.
10. Measure and cut 4 strips of 1/4 inch cotton tape to frame inside of quiche pan, mitre corners.
11. Spray back of cotton ribbon with adhesive and apply to indside edges of quiche pan.
12. Measure and cut cork to fit back of quiche pan.
13. Measure and cut circle to use as mat. Measure and cut inside of circle.
14. Measure and glue photo to center of cork using spray adhesive.
15. Spray adhesive on back of craft paper mat and attach to cork around photo.
16. Spray adhesive on to back of pan and attach cork.
17. Attach vintage key under photo using super glue.
18. Add embellishments of choice to key using super glue.
19. Using super glue, attach saw tooth picture hanger to top center back of frame.
20. Measure and cut 1 inch satin ribbon and 1/4 inch cotton ribbon.
21. Loop ribbon through saw tooth hanger and then belt buckle.
22.Hang on wall from belt buckle.
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