Give my “Frame It'” Stamping Technique a try.

You know I love sharing new stamping techniques and projects with you. I especially love this one. I call it the “Frame It” Stamping Technique. As you watch this video demonstration, it’ll become obvious why I call it that.
My Frame It stamping technique is so easy everyone can do it and everyone will WANT to do it! It uses minimal supplies and can be made with so many of your stamp sets to create wonderful cards for nearly any occasion. It’s great for making several cards at once or when you want to build up your stash of cards.

So go ahead and enjoy my demonstration of the Frame It Stamping Technique, then give it a try. You’ll be glad you did!

Dimensions to make Frame It Cards:

  • Cherry Cobbler card bases (cut 4) = 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, score at 4 1/4″, fold in half.
  • Basic White for inside cards (cut 4) = 5 1/4″ x 4″
  • Basic White card stock for stamping = 8″ x 10 1/2″, score in half on both sides 4″ on short side, 5 1/4″ on long side)
Click to view and/or purchase Stampin’ Up! products used in my Frame It cards.

If you love this Frame It Stamping Technique, I think you’ll also love my 4 in 1 Stamping Technique and the 4 Corners Stamping Technique. Click on photos below to for demonstrations of each of these stamping techniques.

4 Christmas Cards made with 4 in 1 Stamping Technique technique with Christmas Classics Stamp Set. Sentiment reads Peace on Earth. Color combination is Cherry Cobbler and Shaded Spruce.
4 cards made with 4 Corners Stamping Technique

I hope you found inspiration in today’s blog post and, perhaps, learned something new.

Wishing you an abundance of peace and joy to day and always.

Happy Stamping,

Mary Knabe

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