Sunday, June 17, 2012

Apothecary Framelits....

A quick post from me today, thought l would share another card made with the SU framelits.

 l only used part of the framelit to diecut a fancy edge rather than the whole shape, by sliding the folded card from the top through the centre of the framelit, then beneath the bottom edge and using a small piece of low tack masking tape to hold it in place before running it through the Bigshot.

This card was so quick and easy to make, l think l will definitely be recreating it for some upcoming Birthdays..:0)
     "Thanks so much for popping in & have a great week"
Apothecary Art & Bring on the cake Stamp sets
Baja Breeze, Crumbcake & Whisper White Cardstocks
Baja Breeze & Crumbcake Inks
Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder
Framelits, Basic Pearls & Baja Breeze Seam Binding Ribbon.

All Products used are Stampin-Up.


  1. What a fantastic combination of elements! Gorgeous card Nikki. :)

  2. Clever!!!! The card is gorgeous Nikki.

  3. This is a lovely design, Nikki. The Baja Breeze seam binding is gorgeous.

  4. LOVE the texture and colours, Nikki - and it's a great shaped card. Beautiful job. xx

  5. Even MORE gorgeous IRL Nikki! xo

  6. Another fabbo creation Nikki. I love that this can be a fairly quick one to put together.


  7. Nikki lovely card. How did you get the lovely thin frame in Kraft CS around the stamped image? Cheers Donna Zammit :)

    1. Hi Donna, thank you for your lovely comments, the narrow frame was really easy to create.
      First l stamped the Apothecary art image and die cut both that and the crumb cake using the same size framelit. Then l trimmed along the outer line of the stamped image and that leaves a perfect size border of crumb cake showing. Hope this makes sense. Xxxx