Tuesday, March 26, 2019

TSOT #401 Frames

Oh yea, it's Tuesday again 😊 that means it is time for all of you to join in with us for this two week challenge.  Now that shouldn't be hard, you have 2 whole weeks to be inspired by the card sketch (pitcured below) and by all the designers creations on Try Stampin' on Tuesdays  page.
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I "sorta" followed the sketch 😏  No circle with sentiment I decided for the sentiment that I wanted  I needed a long and wider piece and then added the butterfly to take the place of the circle.  The small frame center is popped up to add dimension.  I have really been enjoying the new double stitched rectangles from Stampin' Up occasions catalog. They are pretty easy to make frames with them. They have the stitched look on both pieces (inside and outside cut) as you can see in the small frame with the pop up center. That means you have double bang for your buck.

Some of these pieces were left over from a stamp party I had this week for first time stampers, that was so fun to introduce stamping to them. I changed, added to, and spruced up the card a bit for this challenge. The white piece is embossed with the SAB Country Floral Dynamic Textured Embossing Folder. Oh my this one is soooo lovely.... I have more samples with it that I'll be showing in the near future so stay tuned. There is sadness associated with this folder though, it will be saying goodbye at the end of SAB on March 29th.  I do hope they come out with some new lovelies like this in the new annual catalog that will be debuting in June.

Looking forward to many of you  trying your hand at this sketch, you don't have to follow it exactly as you can see with mine.  Have a wonderful day and if you ever have a question on something I've made and posted just leave me a comment and I'll get back with you.   Hoping to see many works of art from this wonderful sketch and theme.

   Theme;  Frames

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