Framed & Festive

Today I’m featuring another card made with items from the Fitting Florets Collection.

To create this card start with a Balmy Blue base that is 5 1/2″ x 8 1/4″ scored and folded at 4 1/4″. Add a 2 1/8″ x 5 1/2″ strip of Fitting Florets Designer Paper to the folded edge. Next choose the dashed edge oval die from the Framed Florets Dies and die cut an oval in the card front. Roughly centered at the edge of the designer paper.

To create a support for the window. On a piece of Balmy Blue paper, trace around the outside of the die with the hearts oval die and then cut with a scissors. Use the die with the dashed edges center on the oval that was just cut, center it and trace a line on the inside of the die. Use a scissor to remove the inside, cutting on the line that was traced. This will be the support for the window.

Die cut a piece of white cardstock using the dashed edge oval die from the Framed Florets Dies. Adhere the frame over a snowflake on the Snowflake Vellum and fussy cut the vellum around the white frame. Adhere this to the backer piece created from the Balmy Blue cardstock. Add to the card front by placing in the die cut oval and adhering to the inside of the card front.

Die cut the largest decorative oval frame from Night of Navy paper and adhere to the card front. Stamp the Noel greeting from the Framed & Festive stamp set onto the lower right corner. Add the Gold Swirl embellishments to the frame.

Finish off the inside with a 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ strip of the Fitting Florets DSP and an inside greeting stamped in Night of Navy from the Framed & Festive stamp set.

Thanks for stopping by at The Roost!



Product List

Framed Florets Dies



Paper Snips





Multipurpose Liquid Glue



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