Sep 12 2012
I was using the Floral Frames Framelits recently – which are quickly becoming my must have framelit set for the Big Shot – when two of the frames layered themselves on my table. The look was so interesting that I had to try and recreate it with cardstock. And this card is the result. Please read the instructions below for more details.
This finished card measures 5-3/4" x 5-3/4" just the right size for the largest framelit. Since the center of the card looked a little bare I added a Whisper White Paper Doily Sizzlet before attaching the frame. I also punched out Old Olive leaves using the Bird Builder punch.
I used stampin’ dimensionals to attached the Cherry Cobbler frame and Whisper White inserts to the card before adding the Tulle Rose and leaves to the middle.
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For this rose, I made a rosette with the Scalloped Tulle Ribbon and a Jumbo Sticky Round leaving the outer edges looser than the inside. The leaves are the bird’s wing from the Bird Builder punch.
Cut out the card stock using the second largest Floral Frame framelit. Layer the largest Floral Frame Framelit on top of the card stock as shown and cut again. To make the card, attach the frame to card stock and adhere the cut out pieces into the frame.
Paper: Cherry Cobbler (119685), Old Olive (100702), Whisper White (100730)
Punches: Bird Builder (117191)
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