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Framed Art 2021

December 14, 2021

Every year, I hold a class where I create a Christmas Panel which can be framed and used for decoration. Today I am going to share this year’s piece with you. I am not going to go into a lot of detail, but if you need the instructions you can download the tutorial here. The colours in the panel are Old Olive and Real Red with the addition of Crumb Cake and Early Espresso for the last panel. I used a piece of Crumb Cake A4 to go in the A4 document frame as background.

The first panel uses the stamparatus to create a small wreath using a leaf image from the Merriest Moments stamp set as a background. The other images and greetings also come from this stamp set. I also added three Real Red Rhinestones to the flower centre.

The second panel uses the Merry Melody 3D Embossing Folder as background. I have also used the Christmas Cheer Dies, Stitched Rectangle Dies and the Words of Cheer stamp set.

The middle panel uses the Merriest Frames Dies and Merriest Frames Hybrid Embossing Folder along with the Merriest Moments stamp set.

The lower left hand panel uses the Words of Cheer stamp set and the Christmas to Remember stamp set also with the Seasonal Labels Dies. The image is coloured using the Dark & Light Real Red, Dark & Light Old Olive and Dark Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends.

The last panel uses the Christmas Season stamp set, Christmas to Remember stamp set and the Seasonal Labels Dies. I love creating these frames for Christmas, it gives me a chance to use lots of Christmas stamp sets and dies all in the one creation.

I have recreated each of these panels as cards which I will share with you soon.

Bye for now,


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