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Tag Archives: Framelits
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
This March camp started out as the card on page 23 of the Stampin’ Up! Occasions Catalog, but it took a turn along the way. As you can probably tell, the leaves are cut from the Flower Medallion Punch. After … Continue reading
It’s always thrilling to me when the goody bags for Inkspiration Saturday are all filled, tagged and lined up, ready to be claimed early the next day by energetic and enthusiastic stampers. This year the Ink Sat design team created … Continue reading
You’ve been seeing this technique everywhere, so I thought it would be perfect for a February camp card. Bokeh (pronounced BOH-kay or BOH-keh) is the out-of-focus blur in a photograph, especially from points of light. (Think of a lit Christmas … Continue reading
I’ve been busy with preparations for the upcoming Inkspiration Saturday. It’s just 2½ weeks away, so the paper is flying! I’m so happy to be working with an excellent Design Team for this event: many heads make great ideas, and … Continue reading
I know it’s been done before (even by me!), but when I saw a card with hand-tinted embossing on it, I had to give it another try. The card by Lydia Fiedler (probably better known by her blog, Understand … Continue reading
Our focus this month in stamp camp is backgrounds. And a skill I think every stamper should master is random, all-over stamping. It didn’t come easily to me — until I watched someone demonstrate the “trick.” I shared it in … Continue reading