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Tag Archives: Framelits
Tonight’s my last “regular” monthly camp, and here is one of the cards we’ll be making. When I made my wish list from the new catalog, this set was included — not for the floral motifs, but for the sentiments! … Continue reading
Have you followed the trend of tricking out vintage campers? Once in a while a magazine features one of these campers, perhaps made into an art studio or even a mobile boutique. I’d never actually do this, but I admire … Continue reading
Last week I showed you my first creation using Watercolor Wings; for an upcoming birthday I experimented with a series of yellows (Hello Honey, Crushed Curry, and So Saffron) to create the small butterfly on this note card. I used … Continue reading
The butterfly trend doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, does it? As unconvinced as I was that I need another set with matching Framelits, the 15% discount on the bundle reluctantly won me over. But when I put ink to … Continue reading
One of the benefits of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is receiving Stampin’ Success, the SU! magazine, every other month. The cover of May’s issue was so appealing, I had to use the concept for this invitation to my annual … Continue reading
With the imminent departure of the stamp set Apothecary Accents (on June 2), I had to revisit this card from 2012. It won the Best of Class ribbon at the Sandwich Fair that summer. (You can read more about it … Continue reading
Have you loved working with the Irresistibly Yours Specialty DSP from the Sale-A-Bration offerings? I never get tired of the emboss resist technique, and starting with pre-embossed paper is even better! Of course, if you haven’t gotten your hands on … Continue reading
I wonder if this card layout was once a sketch challenge somewhere online — I’ve seen many cards with this keyhole-type feature. It’s equally interesting when the hole is punched at the side (on a portrait orientation) instead of the … Continue reading
I’ve seen diorama cards for years, but never attempted one because they seemed so complicated. But then I saw Julie Davison’s version and realized how simple they can be! For the front panel, a 5½” x 4¼” piece of card … Continue reading