Don't worry, this post is not about you. It's about me. But it's lazy in a good way.
I'm gonna try something a little different this post. I'll start with the finished product.
Here they are framed in one of our old houses.
So knowing that I would most likely like to use them again, I saved the silhouettes in a .psd file so that I could still have the layers to play with later.
So on to the project at hand. The frame was found at Goodwill for $1.99. Where else? I bought quite a few things that day....lol.
Using the glass from the frame, I cut the paper and transparency to fit. Once the frame was reassembled, you couldn't even tell the transparency was there! Just one more small project that worked out in my favor. Meaning that I didn't spend a lot of money, or time...and it turned out right the very first time.
The only draw back of this project is that I wouldn't be able to use the transparency idea very well with frames larger than 8x10, since they are printed on 8.5" x11" sheets. Ahh well....hakuna matata.