May 28, 2019

New Catalog Sneak Peek - It Starts with Art Floating Frame

Good Morning! I have a fun sneak peek into the new catalog for you! It's the brand new set, It Starts with Art. This set just screams FUN! It has some awesome imagery like ink refill bottles, spools of ribbon and LOTs of buttons.
And the coordinating die set, is AWESOME! Anyway, I had wanted to try the floating frame technique that has been going around in the stamping community and this stamp set just screamed for me to try the technique out with it and here it is:

To create this fun card, I started with a card base of Thick Whisper White cut 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/4". I then stamped out several of the images onto Whisper White cardstock, colored them in using my Stampin' Blends (Smoky Slate; Flirty Flamingo; Mango Melody, Night of Navy and Mint Macaron) then die cut them out with the coordinating dies.I then cut a piece of Whisper White panel, 4" x 5 1/4" and placed all of my die cut pieces on the panel, (some hung off the panel edges) then I covered the piece with Press n Seal wrap in order to maintain the position of my pieces. Then, using the Stitched Rectangle dies, I die cut the center of the piece. Then, I carefully pealed away the Press n Seal (the die cut pieces come away from the panel with the Press n Seal wrap) and applied Stampin' Dimensionals to the die cut pieces and then carefully replaced the Press n Seal taking care to line everything back into the original position.I then stamped my sentiment in Night of Navy ink on the card base along with a few random buttons in Flirty Flamingo. I then attached the frame to the cardbase with Stampin' Dimensionals.

I hope this inspires you to give the floating frame technique a try. It's a lot of fun and provides lots of interest. Be sure to check back Thursday, I will have card # 2 from the center of my frame. (Best part of this technique is 2 cards for the "price of one"!
In the meantime, happy stamping,

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