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Friday, November 1, 2013

Enlarging Frame Stamps Tutorial by Lisa E.

Hello DeNami friends! Lisa E. here today with a photo tutorial to share. I have fallen in love with the Elegant Oval and Elegant Square Frames. Today I have an example of a way to enlarge those frames using a stamp positioner. I have the L shaped acrylic positioner and acrylic sheet. A Stamp-a-ma-jig would work well too. 
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This might seem like many steps, but it goes comes together quickly!  So many fun DeNami images to fill your larger frame with.You can use your positioner on the other DeNami frames as well. Here are examples I had on scrap paper. I think I like the double frame with the pumpkins best!!
We hope that you'll give this technique a try. In case you are new to the DeNami blog, visit the DeNami Photo Tutorial Pinterest board to see all of the past tutorials. 

Thanks for stopping by! 


Barb said...

this is so elegant! i love the precise layout. gorgeous!

Marybeth said...

Great tutorial Lisa ,very simple to follow.
Love the longer frame you made for this sweet card. Love the purple and orange !

Lisa Petrella said...

What a fun and clever way to use those frame stamps, Lisa! Love the results!!!

Deepti said...

This is so amazing :) thank you for the tutorial, I will surely try it

Greta said...

What a super creative way to use these frame stamps, Lisa--love it! I have one & I'm going to be using your technique--thank you!

Mona Pendleton said...

Such a pretty card Lisa!

Jill Norwood said...

Love this!!! :)

Jill Norwood said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I have never thought of layering banner stamps in that way! I will have to try it!

Joan V said...

Great tutorial. Thanks for taking the time to share this technique. Have a great day.

Michelle said...

Wow, now that's pretty cool! Love this design, Lisa!

Brenda said...

Very clever way of getting something different out of your stamp Lisa! TFS!

Dana said...

*thud* Brilliant!

Sue Lelli said...

Wow! This is such a great tip and your card turned out so PRETTY, Lisa! LOVE it!


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