Floating Elements Technique

If you have been following me for awhile you know that I’m not a big fan of card techniques that take more than 3 seconds!

No, really … I just feel like I can’t be bothered by it. 

I love the way very elaborate crafty projects turn out, but I am the kind of crafter that wants to sit down and create something in a fairly short amount of time.

However, every once awhile I see a technique, or card design popping up that I just looks like it might be so much fun to make.

This is how I have been feeling about the “Floating Frame Technique” that I first saw over at on Jennifer McGuires Website HERE

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I ended up really enjoying creating these cards. It was a little bit more work than I would normally do, but the end result was totally worth it.

Floating Elements Technique
I felt like it was best to pick a stamp set that I didn’t have to do a lot of coloring of the images. The Tropical Chic Bundle worked perfect for this card. I was able to stamp these solid images, and then die cut them.

The Stamping, and Die cut is what took the longest so I just put on my favorite TV Show while doing this task. It made it go a lot faster.

You can purchase any of the supplies I used on my project today in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.

Remember when you order from me this month I am sending out the brand new Annual Catalog that will go live on June 4th. Your catalog will include a beautiful set of labels, along with the Blends Tracking Chart I created.

I would love to know if you have tired this Floating Frame Technique, and how you like it. If you have tired let me know if I have inspired to try it.

I will be back tomorrow with a Memory Keeping Friday post. I wanted to share with you a quick update on our Family Project Life Album.

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