My first video with Triple Play Frame! I walk through the set and point out several features for starters, but in no way could I talk about what my plans are for every little piece!
This is *such* a simple card to make and takes just one ink pad, one piece of colored cardstock, and a few markers! I demonstrate it in a different orientation, plus a greeting and a few other minor changes in the video. Please enjoy! Supplies listed below.
Gina K. Triple Play Frame stamp set
Gina K. Innocent Pink cardstock (5 ½” x 8 ½”, scored at 4 ¼”)
Gina K. Dark Chocolate ink pad
Memento markers: Ladybug, Angel Pink, Pear Tart, Bamboo Leaves, and Faber-Castell Pitt White Artist Pen
Next, here is a clean and simple design I made, without using the frame, on a Pure Luxury Kraft base. Images are stamped in Passionate Pink, Sweet Mango and Turquoise Sea and accents and sentiments stamped in Dark Chocolate ink. Emboss or score (or sketch ) a simple box around them and add some adhesive pearls to make it pop. If you want to incorporate the frame stamp in this design, just stamp each of the images in the frame's circles. :)
Here is another CAS card with the Triple Play Frame words and small elements. I love all the different greeting combinations that are possible and wanted to put several on clean white base. Adding the stamps in different inks for the O's add color and then the images at the bottom right play off of those. Simple, fast design!
I also incorporated the frame in my samples for our other brand new sets this release for our hops the next two days and I am so excited how they turned out! (You have not seen them yet!)
Looking forward to sharing more ideas in a tip sheet I am wrapping up (so long, needs a lot of editing!) and in future videos (I have already shot several. For those of you who already watched this, I will be haring my next video early, don't worry you don't have to wait a week to get a fix!) :)
The new set also coordinates with the patterns and pieces in my past Fabulous Frame Fillers and Fabulous Holiday Fillers sets, as well as my Fun Year Round set. I had to show you the sets in one post so you can see everything together!
You can add these straight borders in Fabulous Frame Fillers
to the long and short sides of the new frame when you mask. (Same for the borders in the set below!)Also, that little flower and leaf cluster that looks like a "V"? it looks terrific when you stamp it in the top and bottom and bottom sections of the pane between the circles. I need to make a sample showing that also!)
Notice how all those round and button elements from the new Triple Play Frame set will fit into the straight and curved circle border in Fabulous Holiday Fillers (stock is low, but it is in stock!), as well as into the open circle in the belly band and the oval filler you see above? Also, all these long holiday greetings will fit in the largest section of the new frame! Yippee!
Use your words from Fabulous Frame when you want a more traditional looking card, which has a more classic font.
I don't think I have done any videos for Fun Year Round yet. That has to change! Hopefully you can see how all the round elements in the new set will fit in my new frame and vice versa. Fun fun!
Be sure to scroll down to see the two clean and simple samples I shared in yesterday's post with Triple Play Frame in case you missed. :) I have so much more to share, cards that are so different from these but want some surprises for my upcoming videos! If you have any of the previous frame sets, you *have* to get this one!
Ready for more awesome creations? Just click on the links below for more from the Illustrators and Design Team!
- Melanie Muenchinger (Illustrator of Triple Play Frame, you are here!)
- Beth Silaika
- Cathy Tidwell
- Karen Hightower
- Kendra Wietstock
- Laurie Schmidlin
- Lee Murphy
- Sean Fetterman
- Tricia Traxler