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© Megan


Supplies
Cardstock (red and yellow)
A copy of one of the Harry Potter books
Gold paint
Small paintbrush
Sponge brush
Access to a photocopier
Mod Podge or other decoupage medium
Plain picture frame
Masking tape

Instructions
Tape off the glass portion of the frame so that you don’t get paint or the decoupage medium on it. Copy pages from a Harry Potter book and tear them up. Tear up pieces of cardstock.

Start placing pieces of the paper on the frame until you have it covered and you think it looks good.

Cover with the decoupage medium using a sponge brush. Let dry according to the bottle directions.

Use the gold paint and a paintbrush to add initials or other embellishments. Let dry.

Author's Note: Make sure to do this in a well ventilated area, as the fumes from the decoupage medium are strong.

Final Product

HP Decoupage Photo Frame

Credit
Megan's tutorial was taken with permission.

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On that note, Harry crafting to all!