It's time for my weekly video series, It's In The Details, for the Waffle Flower Inspiration Team. Every week I will share a new video featuring amazing Waffle Flower Stamps and Dies.
Framing up images is one of my favorite ways to create a scene. It’s fun to mix it up a bit with the Flower Circles Inverted Dies. Placing some of the Happy Day elements inside the frame and some around the outside of the frame give the card a cohesive look. Distress Inks were added to the panel and background to perfectly match the Copic colored Happy Day images.
To create the frame, I die cut a circle frame from Bristol Smooth Cardstock using a Flower Circles Inverted Die. A greeting from the Happy Day Stamp Set was stamped along the bottom edge of the card with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I applied Victorian Velvet and Aged Mahogany Distress Inks to the frames with Mini Ink Blending tools for the embossed resist look.
Another piece of Bristol Smooth Cardstock was trimmed to fit behind the frame and inked with Crushed Olive and Forest Moss Distress Inks. The Distress Sprayer was used on the frames and background and the water was blotted dry with a paper towel.
I popped up the die cut frames with a bit of foam adhesive to give a bit of dimension to the scene and then applied all the die cu tHappy Day images.
The remaining Happy Day greeting was stamped inside the card. Simple details were added to the stamped images with white, black, and stardust glitter pens and a bit of Glossy Accents.
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To watch the creation of this scene card with a simple stenciled background from start to finish, click HERE to watch on the Waffle Flower YouTube Channel or watch below:
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