Monday, August 29, 2016

MFT August Creative Construction with Blueprints--Framed

MFT's Blueprints feature innovative designs that make it easy to add interest to your
projects without a lot of effort. Frames with multiple openings allow you to feature numerous
 images and sentiments without the trouble of aligning a variety of dies. This month, we’re
shining a spotlight on Blueprints that include these fantastic elements.

Etched Tribal Background was stamped on a kraft card base with white pigment ink.
The three compartment frame from Blueprints 29 was cut from Latté card stock and
adhered to a smaller panel, then color blocked with three colors of card stock.

The hula girl and flowers were stamped with brown ink, colored with Copics and cut
with the matching dies, then assembled on the frame. I stamped the sentiment and
popped up the framed piece on the card.

For more inspiration using Blueprints, visit the MFT blog to see how
participating team members framed their projects.


  1. This looks fab Donna! What a great idea to stamp the background in white on Kraft. I love the colour blocking idea too which really pops. Thanks for the inspiration! Esther

  2. I have the perfect tune in my head for those little Hula hips! and she has auburn hair!!! What a darling card, Donna. xx

  3. Stunning use of color on your card! Reminds of sand, sun, ocean and palmtrees ^_^