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Picture Perfect Designs, from My Favourite Things Card 2 and 3 using Photo Strip Die............

bumbleberry papercrafts Cards Diecutting dies Jo Summers jo-annescreations MFT My Favorite Things Stamping WOW! Embossing Powder

Hi there ,

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter. 

The weather was certainly spectacular.

A few of our chocolate bunnies had a melt down, but i don't think the grandchildren have noticed. A quick pop in the fridge and they are wonky but edible.

 

Back to crafty business and I've got card 2 and 3 as promised.

 

 
 
 
                                                                                                                    

 I have loved this set and its staying out on my desk.

 Birdie Brown the artist of these designs always, knocks it out of the park.

 

Product

Card Two

 

Card Blank 5 x 7

MFT Picture Perfect Stamps

 

MFT Photo Booth Die

 

Orange Card Stock

Alcohol Pens

White Embossing Powder.

Gina K Amalgam Ink

Tiny Heart Stickers

 

 

Method

 

 

Stamp one image 4 times.

 

 

Mark a line around which part you want in your window. 

I die cut my frame, then took a pencil and when round each focal point. Then just coloured that point and cut it out with scissors.

 

 

When you die cut this die, you are left with 3 orange squares. Stick your images to these pieces.

 

 

Place mounting tape to give dimension to the back of this frame die.

 

 

Then add your images and stamp and emboss your sentiment.

Finally I added little heart stickers from my stash.

 

Card Three

 

 

 

This I used an A5 card blank, (C6)

I randomly stamped my images. I also used the heart and star stamp in the set.

Then I just coloured the images and stamped the sentiment. A super quick card, with so much character.

 

 

 

I do hope I inspired you today.

It would be lovely to read a comment or question on the blog. 

Happy Stamping

Jo

xxx

 

 



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