Wilderness Photochip Frame Card

Darkroom Door - Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Godelieve has wowed us with an amazing card using the Wilderness Photochips with Spellbinders Nestabilities dies! Take a look at the finished project:

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It may look complicated to do, but Godelieve assures us it's really easy! There's plenty of photos to show you through the steps, so let's take a look at how it's done. 

1. Cut the photochip with 2 rectangular dies.  Round, oval or squareshapes work too if you want to make a frame card

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2. On the backside of the photochip, draw a vertical pencil line in the middle.  Mark the parts that need glue (or doublesided tape) to avoid mistakes.

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3. Close a gatefold card and put the largest frame in place.  Then put the smaller frame inside the first one, and end with the center part.

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and when you open the card, it will open like this:

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4. Decorate the card.  Godelieve used a sentiment from the Vintage Automobiles stamps set, cut into small strips, a button and string.

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And here's another look at the finished card:

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What a great project!!! Thanks for sharing your ideas Godelieve!




Comments

Ann commented on 04-Jan-2014 08:14 AM
The most original card I've seen since I can't remember when - and of course it has to come from Godelieve.... I love it and can't wait to try a version myself!

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