Today thanks to a viewer request, I gave the “Floating Frames” technique a go! It was a bit time consuming on a live video, probably due to you know I always have to overdo EVERYTHING in life. I made three different versions and I think I like them all in their own way.
I have a few tips:
- First, go slow and minimal on your first one, use larger images and not too many.
- If you choose to do press and seal it does remove the finish on the Black Foil paper.
- Use a lot of dimensionals, even the mini ones to fit in spaces.
- Give yourself a break….at least you didn’t do it live and make a bunch of goofs. It will look just beautiful when you’re finished.
That said, this is a time consuming and detailed card to create. You’d better love who you’re sending it to, and maybe this is not the technique for you. I am not sure I would do many more as it is a lot of planning, cutting, sticky fingers and cursing.
** On a side note, this is still 50 times easier than making the roller coaster pop up card 😀
Base card 5 1/2″ by 8 1/2″, score at 4 1/4″
Layer: 5 1/4″ by 4″ this is for the items to stick to until you pop them up, will also serve as a layer on the card
Layer: you will need a layer for the sentiment underneath , this depends on what shape you use to cut it out
Until next time,
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