Thermocol monogrammed Frame

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First things first.  Have you checked out my 200th Post giveaway yet?? πŸ™‚ Just leave a comment there to win a handmade card & a surprise gift.

I sooo loved the idea of this month’s artsy-craftsy that I had to make a few crafts too! I’m brimming with amazing ideas but don’t have the time to make all of them. But here’s one I’m sure U’ll love to do. This is not for younger kids.. mostly for Mommies who want to make something for their kid. 


 Thermocol monogrammed Frame


 Materials Required:
  1. Thermocol Sheet
  2. Pink Patterned paper ( Gift wrapping paper)
  3. Cutter to cut the thermocol
  4. Glue
  5. 3-D stickers or any other embellishments
  6. Scissors
  7. Satin ribbon for the bow.
  8. Orange crayon / oil pastel
  9. Pink / Orange acrylic color to paint the sides


  1. Take a printout of the Alphabet on a sheet of paper. For beginners Times Roman is an easier font to cut.
  2. Trace it onto the patterned paper & thermocol & cut along the edges.
  3. Color the Thermocol a bright orange along the edges. Leave the top & bottom bare.
  4. Form a bow with the satin ribbon and stick it in between the patterned paper & thermocol.
  5. Embellish with Stickers.
  6. Take an orange crayon and lightly rub along the edges to give a more woody effect.

What do u think??




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  1. @SG: Thanks πŸ™‚ Did u check out the

    200th Post & giveaway
    @Shilpa: πŸ™‚ and from ur previous comment “Am trying to boost myself to make it to your challenge one day :)..” Ohhhh Do try. Its fun and pretty relaxing. Google has amazing ideas.

  2. hi
    Creative skills are definitely appreciable!!

    no offense but why cant crafts make use of non-earth harming materials…buying a sheet of thermocol for Crafts? I mean for any craft ideas for that matter…unable to get myself to say ..yeyey!!!

    We all know that thermocol is a petro product and never bio degrades and eventually gets into the food chain :(…this piece is not going to exist in use for ever right. Sorry about mentioning the other side of appreciating crafts and arts

  3. @Nitya: Thank you. Pink is my daughter’s fav color.
    @Smita: I intend to complete my daughter’s full name before she arrives next weekend. She loves to read her name on things n this is going up on her cupboard.

  4. this is lovely n yet so simple!

    argh just threw out all the material i had been collecting for craft, as part of the declutter before moving πŸ™ πŸ™ i had been hoarding gift wrapping paper, satin ribbon, thermocol n so much more!

  5. @varunavi’s & sakhi – Leave a comment at my 200th post πŸ™‚ I’m going to choose a random numbered comment to win πŸ™‚

    @Arundhati: Awwwww. happens. πŸ™‚ I will see a craft from u Next time then?

  6. Hi Sudha πŸ™‚ I totally get what u are saying. But U don’t need to buy most stuff that I have mentioned. Most are packaging stuff that we tend to just throw away. Instead reuse and make amazing crafts that u and ur kid would love.
    Just for u .. (n of course myself too) Next month I’ll try to incorporate many crafts that reduce/ reuse & recycle.