Cut a piece of chipboard to fit the frame. I also pulled a piece of paper from the Correspondence Paper Stash and used it to cover the chipboard. I ripped a strip of paper to add to the left side of the chipboard (this is the just back of the main paper) and added it along side the first.
A thin coat of Multi Medium was added over the entire top of the paper to seal. Then I added Frayed Burlap and Iced Spruce to the edges (remember you can always wipe it away with a wet wipe if you get too much on). Let dry.
Lay the Blossom Stencil over the TOP edge of the chipboard so the blossoms look as if they are hanging down. Add Ranger Texture Paste over the top of the stencil, pulling it over the stencil and into the pattern with a Pallet Knife.
Let dry naturally (do not dry Texture Paste with a heat tool because the paste can become puffy).
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