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Flower Frame by Martha

Posted on February 19 2019

Hi there, Martha Lucia here with you!
Today I have an Orchid Frame to share with you. I made this combining Rinea Foiled Paper and Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps.

Flower Frame with Rinea Foiled PaperTo create my project I used a Frame from IKEA, but you can use any other type of frame if you want. First I cut the base of my frame using the same size of the frame 5"x7" of very vanilla card stock. I used this piece of cardstock to serve as a base for my flowers and sentiment.
Flower Frame with Rinea Foiled PaperI cut my flowers using an Orchid die cut from my stuff, and the colors of Rinea Foiled Paper included on the Pastels Variety Pack and Love Variety Pack. These die cuts let me cut and emboss at the same time so you can notice the texture on each petal flower. I assembled the flowers and used my fingers to give form to each petal. This is one of the advantages that Rinea Foiled paper has because you can use in simple ways and let your creations plain or you can add dimension to all that you cut or emboss using this foiled paper. You can notice the difference in the above flowers. I went for the dimensional flowers.
Flower Frame with Rinea Foiled PaperUsing the very vanilla base, I stamped the Imagination sentiment from Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps on the right corner using  VersaFine Clair Purple Delight with Clear Embossing Powder and pasted all the flower pieces over it with glue dots.
Flower Frame with Rinea Foiled PaperFor the steam, I used Mocha/Gold Glossy Rinea Foiled Paper from the Earth Tones Foiled Paper Variety and some touches of Emerald/Gold Glossy from the Woodlands Foiled Variety Pack.
Flower Frame with Rinea Foiled Paper
Flower Frame with Rinea Foiled PaperThank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy using your stamps and your Rinea Foiled Paper not only to create cards because the possibilities are endless!
See you soon!

1 comment

  • Helen Gullett: March 09, 2019

    WOW Martha, this is gorgeous! I am a hugs fan of Orchids and your project is just inspiring.

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