Feb 21, 2008

3-D Frame Continued...


Pic 7. Cut a Neutral paper slightly bigger than your cut-out frame.
This is where you are going to stamp your image.
The back of the frame should look like this (see pic.7)








Pic. 8. Here is how the Neutral gets mounted.





Pic.9. This is the front of the frame.









Pic. 10. Here is the finished frame.










16 comments:

silke said...

Thank you for the tutorial!!!
Your card is awesome!!!

Colleen said...

How adorable! Thank you for sharing your creative genius with us.
Hugs,
Colleen

Michelle said...

Wow! This is so very cool. Awesome - thanks for sharing.

Diana C. said...

Wow. This tutorial is just fabulous!!

Maren said...

Thanks for the tutorial! Your card is fabulous!

Rose Ann said...

Wow....this is really awesome, Chat!!! Thank you for the wonderful tutorial! This is sooooo darling too!!!

Dawn Easton said...

Oh my goodness Chat! Great tutorial!

Jennie Skaggs said...

WOW...this is a gorgeous card...but I don't know if I would be able to make that frame. I saved your blog into my favorites...I will try it someday. TFS Jennie

Anonymous said...

Wow! What an adorable card and the framing is very clever. TFS!
Sheila

Marja Sch said...

Thanks for sharing and visiting my blog.

Laura said...

What a wonderful tutorial, Chat! I am going to try it this weekend! Thanks for posting it!

Lovetostamp6 said...

LOVE this chat!!! Thanks for the fun step-by-step instructions, I will have to try this.

Laura said...

Oh, this is absolutely the coolest! I can't wait to try it! Your card is amazing, and that frame is to die for!! Thanks for the tutorial...it will be put to good use!

Nancy Riley said...

Your tutorial is perfect in every way, Chat! That had to have been alot of work to put that together, and I know there's tons of stampers out there that will really appreciate your efforts!
Hugs~
Nancy

America said...

What a terrific technique! Gonna have to try it since you make it look simple on the tutorial - though your fabulous card looks much more complicated!!! Thanks for sharing you talents. I just discovered you on SCS & love your creative work!! :)

Anonymous said...

This is really cute. I have just one question. How far away is that second score line from the post it note square? Thanks

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