Monday, December 15, 2008

Christmas Memories Frame

I picked up a bunch of these sheer frames by Making Memories during the after Christmas clearance last year thinking they would make great scrapbook page embellishments. Well, I never got around to that scrapbooking so I decided to use them to make frames for some of my favorite Christmas photos. With Christmas in the air I just cannot seem to put down my beautiful poinsettia stamps.

The sheer frame adheres directly to the photo. I then glued that to a 5 x 7 sheet of Handsome Hunter cardstock which I decorated with Kitchen Sink Poinsettias and red velvet ribbon. I stuck that to the front of a stand-up acrylic frame.

Stamps: 3 Step Poinsettia by Kitchen Sink Stamps

Paper: Handsome Hunter and US White by Stampin' Up

Inks: Real Red, Purely Pomegranate, Bravo Burgundy, Wild Wasabi, and Handsome Hunter by Stampin' Up

Embellishments: Red velvet ribbon, Sheer Frame by Making Memories, Stickles, Dimensionals.

This is Monday so all the Kitchen Sink Crew Members will be posting their latest creations. Be sure to drop by their blogs to check out their fabulous work:

Maria Colosimo

Tammy Hershberger

Nicole Cooke

Lori Tecler

Angela Knopf

Dee Jackson

Love and prayers going out to crew member Julie Masse today who is down without power following an ice storm. Missing you, Julie, and hope you stay safe and warm!


  1. This is so pretty Lynn!! Who's in the picture? They are adorable!

  2. What a brilliant idea Lynn!
    A great way to dress up a card... with a keepsake too! :D

  3. What a fabulous idea for those frames, Lynn!

  4. Lynn your card is just beautiful! That frame makes such a nice accent! Thank you so much for your encouraging words and prayers for us - I so appreciate it!! We made it through and enjoying our power and water again! :)

  5. Okay, the velvet ribbon is just fabulous! And could you have found a more perfect photo? What a great way to use last year's bargains.


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