Friday, May 10, 2019

Frilly Frames Dies Cards with Lexa and Rachel

Hello everyone! Lexa here today with a card that highlighting the Frilly Frame Chevron Dies and Frilly Frame Stripes Dies. Instead of using just one, I mix up the stripes and chevron dies together in this card. They look so good together, right? Along with the flamingos from Fabulous Flamingos Stamp and the coordinating dies. Let's get started!

Sunny Studio Stamps: Frilly Frames Dies Fabulous Flamingos Home Sweet Gnome Backyard Bugs Fluffy Clouds Stitched Ovals Cards by Lexa Levana and Rachel Alvarado

I started with cut the pretty pink patterned paper from Summer Splash Paper with Frilly Frame Chevron Dies for the inside and Frilly Frame Stripe Dies for the outside part. I layered it on a 4.25"x5.5" dark purple card base. The contrast between two create a beautiful background.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Frilly Frames Dies Fabulous Flamingos Home Sweet Gnome Backyard Bugs Fluffy Clouds Stitched Ovals Cards by Lexa Levana and Rachel Alvarado

I use white oval behind the flamingos use Stitched Oval Dies, it lets the flamingos pop out more as center images. I stamped the images with Versafine black ink and watercolor them with Distress Markers. I use almost every elements from Fabulous Flamingos Stamp just because they are too pretty. I add yellow jewels on center of the flowers to add dimensions, then arrange them as a curve below two flamingos.

That's all for today, I hope you like today's card as much as I do. Thank you so much for stopping by. Have an amazing day everyone!

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Hello and happy Friday! It's Rachel here and I have a fun little card today featuring the new Frilly Frames Stripes Dies combined with both the Home Sweet Gnome and Backyard Bugs Stamp Sets.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Frilly Frames Dies Fabulous Flamingos Home Sweet Gnome Backyard Bugs Fluffy Clouds Stitched Ovals Cards by Lexa Levana and Rachel Alvarado

I love how this particular Frilly Frame just adds so much to the card and makes the images inside of it just pop as the focal point. To start, I first made the base of my card by trimming some Kraft Card Stock and then layering it with a Frilly Frame die cut from white card stock and then a smaller piece of light blue card stock.

I added some beautiful stitched clouds in the background by using the new Fluffy Clouds Dies and then die cut two strips of grass using the Sunny Sentiments Die. Once cut to size, I then lightly blended these two grass strips with various shades of green ink.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Frilly Frames Dies Fabulous Flamingos Home Sweet Gnome Backyard Bugs Fluffy Clouds Stitched Ovals Cards by Lexa Levana and Rachel Alvarado

I stamped images from both the Backyard Bugs Stamps as well as the Home Sweet Gnome Set with some Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I colored all of my images with Copics and then cut them out. Lastly, I stamped my sentiment onto the bottom of the card and then adhered my images with both liquid adhesive and 3D Foam Adhesive Squares.

Thank you for stopping by! If you liked this card and want some more crafty inspiration, don't forget to check out my INSTAGRAM feedHappy stamping!

Sunny Studio Supplies Used:

Backyard Bugs Dies
Backyard Bugs Dies
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Backyard Bugs Stamps
Backyard Bugs Stamps
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Sunny Sentiments Dies
Sunny Sentiments Dies
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Home Sweet Gnome Stamps
Home Sweet Gnome Stamps
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Home Sweet Gnome Dies
Home Sweet Gnome Dies
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Stitched Oval Dies
Stitched Oval Dies
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Frilly Frames Chevron Die
Frilly Frames Chevron Die
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Frilly Frames Stripes Die
Frilly Frames Stripes Die
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Fluffy Clouds Dies
Fluffy Clouds Dies
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Fabulous Flamingos Stamps
Fabulous Flamingos Stamps
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Fabulous Flamingos Dies
Fabulous Flamingos Dies
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Summer Splash 6x6 Paper
Summer Splash 6x6 Paper
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