Thursday, April 9, 2015

Video: Triple Play Frame Your Embellishments


Hello! I hope you all had a blessed Easter! Today I show you how the Triple Play Frame is perfect for framing up your favorite dimensional store-bought or handmade embellishments. Stickers, paper flowers, buttons, and more, the round windows showcase each small piece beautifully, and the tiny stamp images in the set create coordinating finishing touches for a quick and pretty card. Heat embossing the frame and its accents make the card extra special, and creates metallic dimensional borders and panels that layering paper alone can’t achieve.  The greetings from Fabulous Holiday Fillers are a perfect fit, and butterflies from both of these sets make a delicate, subtle border (border not shown in the photo, but demonstrated in the video)

I found these wonderful dimensional stickers at Dollar Tree!  One dollar for a pack of 7, in so many different colors! You need these. I love how the wings are transparent, so lifelike!

Tip: Create your own layered butterflies using the butterfly stamp in this set stamped or embossed on two layers of cardstock, cut out and adhere at the body, then bend the top layer's wings. You can color the underside of each the way I did in the Stained Glass video.


Supplies:

Gina K. Designs Triple Play Frame, Fabulous Holiday Fillers stamp sets

Gina K. Pure Luxury Heavy Base Weight White and Kraft cardstock

Gina K. Black Onyx and Versamark ink pads

Spectrum Noir markers: CR7, LG5, IB2

Fly Stickers 3D butterfly stickers, silver embossing powder, heat gun, scratch paper

4 comments:

Lisa Lara said...

Gorgeous Melanie.

Anna Jernigan said...

Gorgeous! Wow, the silver EP is FABULOUS!
THIS is such a fantastic stamp set.
Love how versatile ALL your frame sets are to use!
Thank you for them ALL!
All your ideas and projects are so inspiring!!!
YOU are awesome!!!

Donna Leinberger said...

Thank you so much for this idea. I have lots of stickers from my scrapbook days. This is a wonderful way to use them.

Donna Leinberger said...

Thank you so much for this idea. I have lots of stickers from my scrapbook days. This is a wonderful way to use them.