Monday, November 29, 2010

Double Ring Frame

We are all about our daughter's
upcoming wedding around here so a lot of my projects seem to be wedding related lately.
Here's an easy way to create a simple and romantic card using something almost
everyone has around the house.

White cardstock
Glacier White embossing powder
Versamark inkpad (or similar)
Michael Strong Rubber Stamps mini cloisonne heart
Two paper cups of different sizes
White glue
Foam mounting tape or pop dots
Thin white ribbon


Stamp and emboss two mini hearts and cut them out.
Use your scissors to cut off just the rolled tops
of two paper cups
to make two different size rings.
Carefully tie the two rings together with white ribbon.
Put glue on the back of each ring and place
them in the center of a frame on your card as show.
Place a weight (not too heavy) on top of the rings
until they have adhered to the card. Remove the
weight and tie the ribbon in a bow.
Add the two embossed hearts to the center of the
rings. Tape or glue one flat and the other one
layered on top
using some foam mounting tape.
Finish with Ice White pearl pen
Posted by Picasa


1922 Designs by bev allaire said...

beautiful Michael!

Alison said...

Now that is what I call "out of the box"! Awesome card Michael.

Hetty said...

Wow, Mike, this is a beauty!!

Anonymous said...

Very nice!!!! RosieG(gramig05)

Ron said...

What a simple, but absolutely gorgeous, card!!! You never cease to amaze me, Mike!!

Unknown said...

THis is really stunning........I'm always amazed at some of the things you create :)

carrie said...

Love this card! So glad I just ordered the heart stamp and I will have to put your idea to use for a card for my son who will be getting married.

Anonymous said...

Very ingenious and elegant. Thanks for sharing.

sandyh said...

very elegant!

Daria said...

This is so beautiful and elegant. I love your white on white cards, and this one is a wonderful one.

chaoscorner said...

This is so elegant Mike - must try it out. Just need to find an excuse to hand it on - unless of course it works out as well as yours...