Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Floating Frame with Rooted in Nature

Ever since I saw the Floating Frame card concept, I've wanted to give it a try... so you can imagine my disappointment when I discovered I needed a mystery product called Press ’n’ Seal. I’ve since discovered you can buy it on Amazon but a) I don’t need a whole roll and b) apparently it’s not a perfect solution after all.

But back to my workaround... I tried a few different things and eventually settled on lightly spraying some Craft Mount (spray mount) onto a piece of vellum. This was too sticky so I removed some of the tackiness by laying it, sticky side down, onto a microfibre cloth. Just once. Twice made it not sticky enough!

Then you die-cut the frame and add Stampin’ Dimensionals to every separate piece before gently prising the vellum away. I won’t go into huge detail as plenty of demonstrators have already made a better job of it with video tutorials. 

Suffice to say it’s a time-intensive, fiddly project but on the plus side, you do get two for the price of one. 


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