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Framed Art

December 6, 2022

Every year since I started classes at Beachmere we have had an All Day Class in November to create projects for Christmas. One of the projects which has been an ongoing favourite is our Framed Art decoration. Today I thought I would share the one we created this year. I embossed each of the Basic White panels using the Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder before attaching the embossed panels to Shaded Spruce card. The first panel has some decorations attached which were die cut from Real Red, Shaded Spruce, Soft Sea Foam and Grey Granite card using the Decorated Pine Dies. The second panel uses the Leaves of Holly Dies to cut Soft Sea Foam and Shaded Spruce card. The greeting is from the Leaves of Holly stamp set and uses Shaded Spruce ink. The third panel uses the Trees for Sale stamp set and the Co-ordinating Tree Lot Dies. The stars were cut from Gold Foil using the Tree Trimming Dies. The fourth panel uses the Trimming the Tree Stamp Set and co-ordinating Tree Trimming Dies. I uses Soft Sea Foam and Shaded Spruce ink. The dies are cut from Real Red and Gold Foil card. The fifth panel uses the Sweet Candy Cane stamp set and co-ordinating Candy Cane Dies. I also added a bow tied with the Iridescent Trim. The last panel uses the Misteltoe Dies cut from Real Red and Shaded Spruce card.

If you like this decoration you can download the instructions here. Or you can visit my Free Tutorials Page to download the instructions.

Bye for now,


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Just so you know the Tree Lot Dies were part of Sale-A-Bration and are no longer available. The Tree Trimming Dies were released as a short term promotion and are currently available on the clearance rack while stocks last.

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