Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Corner Frame Tutorial

The other day I shared THIS card and told you I had a tutorial to follow. You'll love how simple this is to create.

Before I begin I just want to define a few terms I will refer to using the Spellbinders die cuts and the wizard.

a) stack: the combination of accessories for cutting or embossing
b) plate: the thick white plastic board
c) tan mat: rubber mat used for embossing
d) cardstock: paper
e) nestabilities: metal dies used for cutting
f) shim: the thin white plastic board used to assist in the cutting process

1) Cut the rectangle using your wizard or cuttlebug. Stack: plate, cardstock, nestabilities, shim and plate.

2) Line up the nestabilities. Using the largest rectangle from the "classic rectangle, small" paired with the "small labels" nestabilities I was able to create a unique frame and corner for my stamped image.

Now stack: plate, tan mat, cardstock, nestabilities, and plate. Run through the Wizard.

And this is the result!

I just love how it has framed this image!

Simple right?? Have fun creating your unique borders using a combination of nestabilities.

Have a terrific day. Stay tuned for a card that I created for a fun challenge.



Kerry Johnson said...

Brilliant!! Thanks for sharing!!

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

What a COOL technique, Alli! That's awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Dawn Easton said...

Ahha! You are brilliant Alli! That is such a classy look! Thanks for sharing!

i {heart} papers said...

So awesome!! I've been looking for other ways to use those dies!!

Anonymous said...

very personal looking good job.