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Aug 23, 2010

Framed Greetings in Threes!

If you were at CHA and I was working, then quite likely, I sold you a Framed Greetings Die-namics and coordinating stamp set.

I do truly think it is a "must have" for any cardmaker. I joke that I call it my Marriage Saver Stamp Set. Here's why..

You're leaving for a birthday party, but you have one thing left to do... crank out a quick card. How many times has that happened to you. And you get "the look" when you say you need to just crank out a card....

So today I have three quick cards to share with Framed Gretings - paired with some of my favorite Die-namics and fun accessories for some cards that you can create quickly, without a of hassle, but still have lots of finished details. Together, I think they make a beautiful set...

This first card, uses the Framed Greetings solid border, a bit of luscious Chocolate Satin trim, and two green buttons (actually sewn in place, those suckers aren't going anywhere....)

I've paired it with the Jumbo Scallops Die-namics and a bit of coffee colored felt.

My second card today uses the faux stitched border from the set and a length of the Creme Cotton Ribbon from MFT.

Hooray, I got to squeeze in my favorite, ledger paper into this one!

The third card, uses the negative space created by cutting out the die - the sentiment is stamped on a piece of cardstock that sits just under that.

I love the dimensional effect using it as a frame this way!

I've used a bit of the thinner width of the Creme Cotton ribbon and the dotted border.

I also added the Open Scallop Die-namic here for a quick accent with some Kraft paper.

I love that all three cards coordinate, but they aren't carbon copies of eachother for a nice little variety. I just love being able to sit down with all of my goodies from My Favorite Things and seeing how they come together. This stamp set, and the Die-namics make it soooo easy. Thanks for stopping by today!

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