Good Monday morning. My project today is an elegant die cut floral frame card made using Rubbernecker Stamps newly released 5211D Floral Frame paired with the 5109D Mixable Flower Stack. I love that this frame set comes with matching foliage leaves. I chose to secure the leaf centers in place using double stick tape but this would have also been lovely had I removed the centers. Rubbernecker took extra care to create the frame border wide enough to easily attach mounting tape for securing to the card base.
Stamp and Scrapbook Expo Dates
I will be attending the Stamp and Scrapbook Expo in Irving, Texas on February 22 and 23 and in Pleasanton, California on March 1 and 2. I’ll be demonstrating at the Rubbernecker Stamps both. I hope you’ll stop by and introduce yourself if you are attending either of these events.
- Cut the floral frame using white cardstock.
- Cut thin strips of mounting tape and attach to the back of the frame.
- Secure the frame to the card base.
- Cut five foliage sections using white cardstock.
- Secure the leaf centers in place using double stick tape.
- Arrange the leaf stems and attach to the card base using glossy accents.
- Note: Some of the leaf stems were trimmed to fit on the corner of the card.
- Cut the flower sections using white cardstock.
- Place the flower layers face down on the molding pad and form the petals using a round stylus.
- Place the flower layers face up and push down in the center of each using a small tipped stylus.
- Attach the flower layers together using glossy accents.
- Attach the flower to the card base and leaves using glossy accents.
- Finish the card by attaching crystal clear sequins to the card base and flower center using glossy accents.
I could have used a sentiment in the center of my die cut floral frame card base but I like the elegance that the clear sequins add. I don’t use sequins very often but I especially like them with floral cards. Have you checked out the new Rubbernecker die release? There are so many fun new dies to play with. I’ll be sharing several new dies in my posts over the next couple of weeks. Thanks so much for coming by.