Thermocol monogrammed Frame

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First things first.  Have you checked out my 200th Post giveaway yet?? ๐Ÿ™‚ Just leave a comment there to win a handmade card & a surprise gift.

I sooo loved the idea of this monthโ€™s artsy-craftsy that I had to make a few crafts too! Iโ€™m brimming with amazing ideas but donโ€™t have the time to make all of them. But hereโ€™s one Iโ€™m sure Uโ€™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 ๐Ÿ™‚ Did u check out the

    200th Post & giveaway
    @Shilpa: ๐Ÿ™‚ 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. This is chocute ๐Ÿ™‚ I love the idea and the color scheme and decoration is really good ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. 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

  4. @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.

  5. 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 ๐Ÿ™ ๐Ÿ™ i had been hoarding gift wrapping paper, satin ribbon, thermocol n so much more!

  6. @varunavi’s & sakhi – Leave a comment at my 200th post ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m going to choose a random numbered comment to win ๐Ÿ™‚

    @Arundhati: Awwwww. happens. ๐Ÿ™‚ I will see a craft from u Next time then?

  7. Hi Sudha ๐Ÿ™‚ 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.