1. Cut a piece of bright green
plastic backed foil 7 1/2" x 8 1/2" then place on table
with green side down. Center opened frame on top of foil. Fold foil
up onto frame and use double sided tape to secure foil to frame
along both sides. Diagonally fold corners ( like wrapping a package
) and similarly tape top and bottom edges of foil to frame.
2. Using scissors, cut an "x"
in the center of both frame openings. Fold foil back and tape onto
frame along openings.
3. Cut a 3" x 5 1/2"
piece of bright green foil to line the inside half of the frame
that doesn't have the picture openings. Tape lining in place. Fold
frame in half.
4. Trace a flower pattern onto
card stock then cut out. Tracing around pattern with a stylus, draw
five flowers on orange plastic backed foil. Cut out flowers and
5. Cut Styrofoam balls in half
using a plastic knife. Paint five of the foam halves with yellow
acrylic paint ( flower centers ) and one red ( for ladybug ). Let
dry. Paint a black strip down the center of the ladybugs back. Paint
the head black then add black spots with the brush handle. Set aside
6. Punch ten circles from the
purple holographic sheet with the 1/4" hand punch.
7 Cut seven, 4" lengths
of orange wire with craft snips. Curl each piece of wire around
a pencil or marker.
8. Place a small piece of double
sided tape on the back of each flower. Stick one end of wire pieces
onto the tape. Note: Some flowers can have two
wires taped to the back. Place another small piece of tape over
the wire, then press in place around frame. Tape a yellow Styrofoam
center on each flower. Shape the flowers up around the center.
9. Attach the ladybug to the
frame with double sided tape.
10. Peel backing off the purple
circles and randomly stick onto frame.