Want to have fun with our Floating and Fluttering bundle? Come join me as we learn how to create a floating frame card. Butterflies floating even sounds pretty. So below is the card and I think you will agree it is really quite beautiful.
Now when you make one card using this technique you will find you also have everything you need to make two. There is no reason to waste such beautiful butterflies. Look at what I mean.
I had a wonderful time creating these cards and I imagine you will enjoy learning how to create a floating frame card. Enjoy this video and watch for the list of products below.
Do you have a Stamparatus? As you saw in the video, it made making this card so much easier. And more than that, so much faster. Stamping each one of these butterflies 3 times would have taken a long time. Instead, I was able to stamp all 3 butterflies at once, with every stamp. Positioning was only done once, and my moving the plate I was able to stamp more quickly. Need a Stamparatus in your life? Order here.
How to Create a Floating Frame Card
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