Hello again!!  Today I'd like to share a decorative project I made for my craft studio!  The design team members of Donna Salazar Designs were given Zutter Clip-Board Wood Covers to play with that are perfect as album covers, or in this case, home decor projects!  They are very sturdy and worked perfectly as the backing for my wall hanging.  I also used the gorgeous Antiquities Collection by Donna Salazar.

Below are a few close-ups of each section of my wall hanging.
This is my favorite photo of my husband and I.  It was taken the day after he proposed to me.  <3
 I saw this quote on the internet one day and it is what gave me the inspiration to create this project.
 If you haven't already noticed, I am addicted to eyelets, and I may need 'help'.  LOL.  I also love the texture a little lacing and stitching add to a project.  
In this photo, you can catch a glimpse of the Hang-it-Alls that attach my boards together.
(Sigh) What would a girl do without some Prima flowers?
 I created a distressed frame for my photo and added Zutter Rivets to accent the frame.  Beneath the frame I also added a layer of Zutter Corrugated Board.
 The ornate chipboard corner is manufactured by The Dusty Attic.  The little glass vial is made by Tim Holtz and holds a little message from my sweet hubby!  <3
This is a photo of my lil' man a few years ago.  
 Behind the photo I tucked torn pieces of The Crafty Chronicle and a Chicken Wire Panel made of chipboard.
 The second and third boards are attached by Zutter D's and jump rings.
 Here is just one of the amazing designs cut from Donna Salazar's Antiquities papers.  I fussy cut a second image and adhered it over the first using foam squares.
 I am so LOVING Donna's Sprightly Sprockets dies!  I embellished the die cuts with eyelets and brads for more of a grungy feel.
 Can you see the little sprockets wrapped around the edges of the photo?
This is a photo of my baby girl a few years ago.

 I also happen to be a chipboard fanatic, as you can probably tell.  :o)
 For a feminine touch, I added tulle lacing beside my daughter's photo.  You can find a tutorial for the lacing HERE.

I hope you enjoyed my project today.  I am happy to have something special to hang on my wall.  Thank you for stopping by!  Much love and hugs to you all.

For a list of products used, please click on the link below.