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:



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



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.



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.



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


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


And here's another look at the finished card:


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


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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