Sunday, March 16, 2014

Combining Flirty Frames with Duo Die 1, Duo Die 2 and Frame 1


Hi, it's Emily Leiphart here and today I'm sharing two cards using the Flirty Frames stamp set! I'm combining the first one with the Duo Die 1 and Frame 1 dies. For both of my cards, I use the emboss resist technique with distress inks. The balloons are first- and second-generation stamped on the Frame 1 die.


My second card uses the other frame stamp that coordinates with the Duo Die 2 die. I heat embossed this with gold embossing powder and sponged darker distress inks using the emboss resist technique.


I used water to mist the distress inks on this card, creating a beautiful, blended watercolour look.


See how both of these cards came together:



Thanks so much for stopping by!

10 comments:

Lindsey said...

Wow, this really showcases the potential of these frames! What beautiful cards. :)

Charity Chamberlain said...

WOW! I LOVE the second card!!! The way you did the colors and stamping is gorgeous!!!

Hamutal Shafrir said...

Gorgeous! Both cards are so beautiful and elegant. Thank you for another great video!

Simply AJ said...

What beautiful cards! Thanks for the video - your tutorial using the distressed inks was so helpful! AJ@queenofmynest

Isha Gupta said...

Beautiful cards Emily. Love the colors and the watercolor effect. These frames look Amazing!

JanLee said...

Emily, your cards are stunning! The watercolor frame is fantastic!

Shannon J said...

Love, love, LOVE the two different looks!! The colours in the first card are SO pretty, as are the balloons! And the second card is just so elegant! Thank you for sharing, teaching and inspiring!!!

Glenda J said...

These are absolutely STUNNING Emily! Love both of them. Great work - fabulous colours and details.

Jocelyn Olson said...

Wow! These are stunning! You make me want this stamp set! I love how they look so different from each other even though you used similar techniques!!

Nancy Carroll said...

Absolutely love these, can't wait to get them and play with them, thanks for the inspiration.