Saturday, September 24, 2016

Let's Frame It Tutorial using Miss Daisy Stamps sentiment and We Are 3 Digital Paper

Miss Daisy Stamps has so many beautiful sentiments!
This sentiment called, "Good Morning" happens to be one of my favorite sentiments among many.

Your favorite oval frame die or svg- I used Marianne Designs - LR0351
Your favorite leaf die or svg - I used Marianne Designs -LR0373, LR0430
4 colorful autumn papers
1 brown paper (optional for acorns)
1 neutral background paper

You can create a card similar by using my We Are 3 Digital Paper Best of Autumn Collection

Miss Daisy Stamps "Good Morning" sentiment $1

1. Print out your sentiment to fit your favorite frame.
2. Cut out your sentiment to fit under or on top of your favorite frame, ink distress the edges.
3. Cut out your frame, if you use digital paper it is white core so you can emboss and distress showing some of the white on top to make your frame "vintage" looking.  If your die doesn't have embossing, you can emboss your frame after you cut it out with another embossing folder and get the same affect.
4. Cut out a few leaves from various autumn papers
*Tip if your frame will be covering your layers on your card (look at my card example with the orange paper), you can use the paper to cut out your leaves, making sure that you only use the mat layer for what won't be seen.  It is a way to "save" on your paper.  The orange leaves on my card were cut from the first layer of orange on my card.
5. Layer your first color on your card base. (Your size will depend on what size your favorite oval die is)
6. Now cut out your next layer  1/4" smaller that your first layer. Ink distress the edges.
7. Attach your sentiment to your frame, whether it be underneath or on top.
8. Foam tape your frame with sentiment on top of your neutral layer
9. Add your leaves and foam tape some of them to give the layering affect.
10. If you chose to create acorns, add them now.
11. You are finished!


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