Mechanical Metal Frame- Prima’s Finnabair Feature

Its time again to feature Prima products designed but the talented Finnabair. 
I just love her metal pieces and I’ve used them in so many different types of projects like this one below:
I used Finnabair’s Mechanicals and Vintage Trinkets embellishments to create a metal frame. Its the perfect frame for any occasion especially this month as there are so many weddings. 
After covering the whole frame with metal flowers,  I hung one of the Mechanical words on a wire and wrapped it around the frame. 
Then I framed this amazing quote so it can be given as a gift. The person can choose to keep it as is or put their own picture in it.
I loved layering the metal flowers and even inserting some hidden messages in between like you see above with the word “Live”

Prima products:
960230- Sunrise Sunset Vintage Trinkets small roman numerals
960339- Finnabair vintage trinkets- small flowers
960322- Finnabair vintage trinkets- medium flowers
960315- Finnabair vintage trinkets- large flowers
961048- Finnabair mechanicals
961152- Finnabair Mechanical- words
961060- Finnabair mechanicals
961039- Finnabair mechanicals
other products: 
frame, wire, silver beads
  1. Choose a variety of metallic finishes for natural contrast.
  2. Use a strong metal glue like for adhering the metal trinkets to each other, and to the frame.
  3. Add roman numerals to the centers of the flowers for a FUN touch.
  4. Choose numbers that are significant to the person receiving the gift!  (IE: anniversary date, wedding date, birthdate, etc.)

Well I do hope you like this frame, 
Have a wonderful day!!

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  • Reply Desire Fourie June 10, 2014 at 4:39 pm

    A stunning little project and wonderful wording.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

  • Reply Lizzyc June 11, 2014 at 10:26 am

    Looks amazing!

  • Reply Jaya Raghuvanshi June 11, 2014 at 4:25 pm

    Wow! this is awesome! Thank you Keren for the tips! So want to try it now!

  • Reply Eila Sandberg June 14, 2014 at 4:34 am

    Ahmazing work Keren! so very cool. That's a whole lotta metal trinkets in there 🙂 splendid way of using up all the odd bits I've got lying about in my trinket box. Love the hidden words peeking out! mwah!

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