Framed Tropical Chic

Hello Everyone ~ Happy Valentine’s Day ~ I have a cute Framed Tropical Chic creation to share with you today.

Today I am headed to Maryland. Remi’s birthday is Saturday and Jess is planning a party.  It was 4 years ago on the 16th when she was born.  There was a big snowstorm that day also.  There is a possibility of snow again on Saturday and Sunday.  I am hoping the storm goes out to sea as I am planning on driving back on Sunday.  I am hoping it will be raining if there is any precipitation until I get out of Virginia and into North Carolina.  I will be watching the weather very closely.  Remi is into Minnie Mouse so I made her a Minnie Mouse card.  I can’t wait to see her face when she opens it.

I wanted to play with a framed images ideas for my card today.  I began with the Tropical Chic bundle and stamped and cut out several of the images.  I then used the 2 largest stitched squares framelits and cut out a frame using Basic Black.  I then started layering the images on, under, and around the frame on a Whisper White card panel.  When I was happy with the arrangement I attached the images using glue dots and dimensionals.  I attached this panel to a Melon Mambo card base.  To finish off the card I created a multi loop bow using the linen thread.  This was added to the frame using a glue dot.  Here is the completed Framed Tropical Chic creation.

Look at this clean and simple framed idea using the Tropicla Chic bundle!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

inside of card and envelope

Look at this clean and simple framed idea using the Tropicla Chic bundle!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  Do you have any fun plans for Valentine’s Day?  I will be having dinner with my sister and the girls this evening.  I will be leaving as early as I can so I can get to Jess’ by 5.  I am hoping the traffic is light.  Have a Great Valentine’s Day and what stamp set would you use if you were to recreate the Framed Tropical Chic idea?

 

 

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