Cut It Out Giveaway!

Can you believe it’s Halloween already?  Is it me or does time just seem to fly by as we get older?!

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Besides running around trying to get ready for Halloween this weekend, I had a great time painting my new Cut It Out frames!

Vintage Inspired Cut It Out Frames via Chase the Star #CutItOut

Cut It Out  makes frames, letters, and words that can make a unique statement in your home.  I love that they’re unfinished so you can get really creative in how you dress them up!

Cut it Out Frames

You can paint them any color, or you can go simple like I did, with a cream color, and a little ‘aging’.

Cut It Out Frames

Painted and Distressed Frames; Cut It Out Review and Giveaway via Chase the Star #CutItOut #Frames

Painting and Distressing my Cut It Out Frames

My Cut It Out frames were distressed and aged in a jiffy!  First thing was painting–I used 2 coats of super fast drying chalk paint®, no primer needed!  If you aren’t using this type of paint, then I’d suggest priming first! Then using a paper towel I added a light coat of dark wax to each frame.  I quickly sanded most of it off, leaving the paint looking vintage.

Lastly, I opted to frame some pretty Annie Sloan fabric instead of a traditional picture {come back next week to see another way I used this amazing fabric}.  The fabric is adhered to the backing of the frame with double sided tape!

Framed Fabric and a Cut It Out Review and Giveaway via Chase the Star #CutItOut #Frames

Aged Look Cut It Out Frames via Chase the Star

The french doors in my dining room needed something to flank them on either side, and my new Cut It Out frames fit perfectly!

Cut It Out Frames via Chase the Star

You can paint, stencil, embellish them, and more.  Make a pretty gallery wall, add some to your craft room, kid’s room, any room! Check out what the talented Jen at Tatertots and Jello did with her Cut It Out Frames, she made a pegboard organizational wall! The options are endless.

Pegboard Organization Wall

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Cut It Out Giveaway

My friends at Cut It Out are giving YOU a chance to WIN a $25 shop credit to get your very own!

Click on the link below

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Good Luck!

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Barbara is a lover of all things creative, simple, and budget friendly. Chase the Star began in 2012 as a creative outlet and to chronicle her DIY and crafty adventures. She is a working mom and wife residing in sunny Southern California.

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  1. Dawn Renee' says

    I am getting ready to do some paper cutting and would love the frames (double layer) to place them on and seal for gifts!

  2. Casandra says

    I’d probably pick the double or single layer frames, but it would be a hard choice! I really like the letters and numbers too….I can’t decide right now, too many options!:)

  3. Jessica Wyatt says

    I would love to get the Chandler – 16×20 Single Layer frame. Although the double layer ones are so nice!

  4. Cindy says

    OOOOOHHH..Lovin the Newport and Grace Single Frames.. Thanks for Sharing the Process, am on way to try it out with a few old bargain frames I have laying around ::)

  5. says

    If I win, I’d choose one of th 8×10 double layer frames, I like the Parker and Chandler best…..not sure which I’d get. Thanks for the chance to win. Id have fun decorating this frame with my step daughter. She would love that and it would be perfect for one of her graduation pictures. Thanks for the chance to win.

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