I love this new technique! Find a shape you like and pick out a size a little larger. Cut them out of basic black Cardstock. Find a stamped image that fits in the frame and a sentiment that is smaller than the frame. Stamp them both on whisper white Cardstock and tack the frame over. Cut out a space for the sentiment and ta da! A card that highlights both the image and the sentiment! I have designed several cards similar to this that I will be featuring in my next classes! Try it! You might become addicted too! It makes great use of our layered shapes framelets!
Cards - All Occasions
I love the images in the Crafting Forever Stamp Set. It speaks to my need to craft a little every day. Adding a little gold Embossing and gold foil to the Bundle of Love Designer's Series papers, creates a simple but elegant card!
Coming up with a card with six different colors in it was quite a challenge, but with fall almost upon on us, the leaves from the Colorful Seasons Framelets solved my dilemma. The "thanks kindly" from the One Big Meaning stamp set seems to add a lot to any card! Add a Petal Burst Embossing Folder to Espresso Cardstock and the whole card just fell together! Make sure you jump onto the rest of the blog hop to see how everyone else incorporated all of these colors into their creations!
Last week's card was a sympathy card in black on black. Change part of the card to silver, use a different Embossing folder and the card design looks totally different!
I love the little animals in the A Little Wild stamp bundle. I've used every element in cards I have designed with this set. I love that you see the front and back of each animal. This month's card features the cute little elephant!
Make sure you hop onto the rest of the blogs to see what they designed with this great color combo!