Floral Wool Frame

Showcase an adorable fall photo with warm and feminine colors and a beautiful floral garland created with Spellbinders Media Mixáge Flowers One Dies. Media Mixáge Shields One Dies double as leaves.


  • Unfinished wooden frame in size of choice
  • Wool felt scraps, assorted colors
  • Coordinating cardstock
  • Decorative metal brads, three
  • Embroidery floss, assorted colors

Basic Supplies

soft cloth, sanding block, foam paintbrush, foam applicator


  • Spellbinders Artisan X-plorer Machine (MMM-001) and Metal Shim (MMM-203)
  • Spellbinders Media Mixáge Flowers One Dies (MD2-003)
  • Spellbinders Media Mixáge Shields One Dies (MD1-006)
  • Brown dye ink pad
  • Cream acrylic paint
  • Optional: Fabric paint pens
  • Embroidery needle
  • Adhesives: fabric glue, craft glue


  • 1. Using foam paintbrush, paint frame cream; let dry.
  • 2. Sand frame with sanding block for a distressed looked; wipe with soft cloth.
  • 3. Use foam applicator to apply brown dye ink to sanded frame edges; let dry.
  • 4. Die cut four Flowers One Dies #2 shapes (with #1 being smallest die template) and five Flowers One Dies #1 shapes from assorted felt using Artisan X-plorer Machine.
  • 5. Die cut two Flowers One Dies #2 insert shapes from felt and two Flowers One Dies #1 Insert shapes from cardstock.
  • 6. Following manufacturer’s instructions and using photo as guide, assemble flowers and adhere with fabric glue; let dry. Embellish flowers with hand-stitched details using needle and floss, or draw details with fabric paint pens. If using paint pens, let dry. Insert decorative brads into center of large flowers as shown.
  • 7. Die cut four Shields One Dies #2 shapes from green felt to create leaves.
  • 8. Arrange and adhere assembled flowers and leaves to frame with craft glue as shown; let dry.
  • Tip
  • 1. Use Spellbinders Artisan X-plorer Metal Shim when cutting craft felt.

by Windy Robinson for Spellbinders

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