Wednesday, August 30, 2017

3D Framed A2 Card

Howdy Crafters - I am just amazed at the lovely SVG's by Lori Whitlock - she created several cards that are 3D-Frame in which you glue the frame to an A2 card - I purchased one of her sets, and decided to create just the frame and then add some of my embellishments using die cuts, punches, etc, to create this Friend Card.
To view some of the 3D Frame card creations and how to easily assemble them, click  HERE. Thanks for dropping by - have a blessed week ~ Gail ~
There are 2 Photos for this project in this post. The 2nd photo shows the card opened up - the inside can be stamped and embellished as well.There is also a BOX to house the card that comes with the set - thanks Lori!

Portrait Die Cutting Machine
Lori Whitlock 3D Frame Card
Cardstock - Kraft Chevron, Black, pink, green, white
Bakers Twine - Simon Says Friend Stamp - Misti - Versafine black ink
Cuttlebug - MFT-Die-Namics Fence Die - Poppy Stamps Patient Pup die - Fiskars Grass Punch - MFT-Die-Namics Stitched tag die - FREE SVG Rose Petals to create your own roses by Susan R Click HERE- [I used Scotch Quick Dry glue to make my rose] - Spellbinders Leaf and Embossing Die - ATG and Scotch Quick Dry White Glue to assemble the Card

It would be an honor to share with these challenges:
August CHN Patterned Paper
Mod Squad - For a Friend #2
WAW AG 298 - 299 with sentiment #2
Simon Says Wednesday ATG #2


  1. Another gorgeous card, Gail. Thanks so much for sharing with us!
    Word Art Wednesday

  2. Gorgeous, Thank you so much for participating this week at the Mod Squad Challenge

  3. Such a beautiful card. Love it. Thank you so much for playing along Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes Challenge. Gayatri xx


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