Stitched Shapes Framelits come in squares, circles and ovals. On this card you can see a rectangle. Read more to find out how to create this shape!
Fancy Frost Designer Series paper makes an appearance on this card. You can see how I used this versatile paper without adding ink in THIS POST. To create the snowy blue I used lots of Marina Mist ink and just a little Dapper Denim. Both colors found their way to the paper using a Sponge Brayer.
The Snow Place stamp set is one of those great sets that has both inside and outside greeting. Here is a look at how I decorated the inside:
Now for the big reveal – the rectangle greeting on the front of the card. First I stamped the greeting on Whisper White card stock. Then I ran the paper through the Big Shot cutting a square. Next I ran it back through the Big Shot after lining up the die and the card stock to create the rectangle.
Finally, I carefully placed the dimensionals on the back of the greeting. The short sides of the shape went through the Big Shot twice so they are fragile. This placement for the dimensionals gives a little more support to keep everything where you want it.
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