Here a bunch of card that I did for Thank you card for Web order and plus for a swap with my team at the last meeting. If you remember a few weeks ago I posted the bottom card in a post and got many e-mail how to do the Framelits with the Designer frame well today in the video you will see how easy it is. FYI in the video I’m using the 7 layer shim that I make to use with the Designer Frame but for this card you can use the cutting mate. I use the 7 layer all the time so for me this was just a habit to use the 7 layer but you can use the cutting plate top and bottom for this technique cause the piece of card stock is all inside the frame it’s not out of the edge. If you are not sure how to use the Designer frame on a big piece of card stock and not getting the edge print check out the video HERE. For today card I use the stamp set from sale a bration Fresh Vintage and that is a exclusive for Sale a Bration so the only way to get it is to place an order of 50.00 or more and get it for FREE! You can place your Stampin’Up! order right HERE. The color that I use are Pool Party, Lucky Limeade and Vanilla and the DSP YES it the sale a bration one. The greeting is from Petite Pairs on page 164 in the Big Catalog. Have a great Friday! I know I will I’m off from school work today:)
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