Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Kitchen Sink Stamps New Release Sets: Butterflies and Vintage Words

I made this frame very easily with two stamp sets and a few scraps of cardstock. I love how it turned out. I had a 5x7 wood photo frame from a discount store. I took off the backing and the glass and turned it over and placed in on the backside of the cardstock. I traced around the frame opening and outside edge and trimmed the cardstock (with my carl cutter and paper snips). I ran the cardstock through the cuttlebug. I used the paisley folder. I stamped the butterflies (new Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 step butterflies) with archival black on the scraps of red cardstock (discarded pieces from the center of the frame). I trimmed the butterflies out and set them aside. I stamped the sentiment on a scrap piece of paper and punched it out with my SU! oval punch. I grabbed a piece of scrap white cardstock and scallop cut it with my nesties. I sponged the edges and set them aside. I used Scotch tacky adhesive and applied a generous amount (not too much, not too little) to the front on the frame, lined up the cardstock and gently pressed it to the frame. Allow a few minutes to dry. I used dimensionals to pop up and adhere the butterflies to the frame. I also added a little sakura stardust to the butterfly wings!!! I attached the white scalloped and sentiment to the frame, tied some ribbon around the frame and it was complete!
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supplies:
stamps: Kitchen Sink Stamps {vintage words, 3 step-butterflies}
paper: real red, whisper white
ink: archival black
misc: ribbon, su! oval, nestabilites, cb (paisley), dimensionals, sakura stardust

6 comments:

Shelly said...

I am so going to look at the new stamps, thanks for the peek!

Tammy Hershberger said...

Very sweet, Beth! Those butterflies look beautiful in red, and your daughter looks so much like you! :)

PATTY said...

such a cute frame. Love the butterflies.

patty
www.paperpiecingpatty.blogspot.com

Nicole said...

Fabulous job, Beth, it's beautiful! :D

Julie Masse said...

Beautiful frame Beth!! Your daughter looks like you! :)

Dee Jackson said...

What a beautiful picture! I love this frame.

 

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