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Nov
22

Nesting Frames card

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This is the second card we made at stamp club last week using the Winter Memories stamp set.  A similar card was given to me by a friend and I thought it was so clever, I decided to pass on the idea at stamp club!

To make this raised frame idea, I stamped the main image on Very Vanilla cardstock and then coloured it with blender pens and ink.  I then lined up 3 Labels Collection framelits right on the image and held them “still” with a sticky note and ran them all through the Big Shot.  I then layered the 3 pieces onto a large Marina Mist label using dimensionals.  You’ll have to double stack the dimensionals when adhering the smallest label to get it to pop the highest. To finish off the card, add a sprinkling of Dazzline Details to make some glittery snow on the ground.

Supplies used:

Stamps – Winter Memories, Snow Swirled

Ink & Paper – Festival of Prints DSP, Bashful Blue, Marina Mist, Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, Lucky Limeade, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Black Stazon

Accessories – Big Shot & Labels Collection framelits, Scallop Trim edge punch, Irridescent Ice Embossing powder, heat gun, blender pens, dimensionals, Dazzling Details

TTFN!

Natasha

 

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Comments

  1. Tracey says:

    Love your card, what a great way to use the framelits! Thanks for sharing!

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