Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Stampin'101 Frame with Framelits

Hello Stampers 
   Today Stampin'101 video you will see how quick and easy it is to use some framelits to make a open frame for greeting. I revived a card in the mail from Lisa P. and the minute I saw this card I new I wanted to make many of them and a video. Thank YOU Lisa for the inspiration. Love your card. In the video I will share a few good tip to make this easy even with a long greeting. For these cards here what I use 
  • Framelits Apothecary #127003
  • Flower Shop bundle page 94/95 Stamp and punch
  • Petite Petals bundle page 33 in the occasion catalog Stamp and Punch
  • A Dozen Thoughts wood#131056 c#131059
  • Pearls #119247 or Rhinestones #119246
  • Card stock some of them I use Whisper White, Very Vanilla and the top one is the Natural White #102316 
Top one the ink is Coastal Cabana and bottom one is Crisp Cantaloup

 Now I will leave you with some picture of my trip in Canada. YES they had their share of snow this year these picture was this past weekend and I think they will have snow till June they way the bank are so tall.
 Top picture. The oldest to the youngest and mom in the center YES I'm the baby in the family.
 Yes she was very surprise but happy to have all her 4 daughter home all together.
 My nephew and my nice daughter at the sugar camp eating that good Maple taffy OH SO GOOD
All the Maple trees with the little bucket to collect the sugar water to make all that good stuff with maple. Butter, Surgar, Taffy, Syrup oh how sweet and good. FYI this is lots of snow for this time of the year not normal but I think everyone in the east coast had a big winter. This is in the little Village in St-Andre, New Brunswick Canada yes that is where I was born and raise. 

Well my friends this is it for now. If you send me a e-mail in the past week and I didn't answer you yet please re-send it must a got lost. I think I answer all e-mail yesterday from the past week. 
Thank YOU so much for your patience. I appreciate all your support. 

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France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!


  1. Hi Frenchie, Love the card. Its simple yet beautiful!
    I didn't realize you were from N.B. I am from, (born & raised), in N.S. Yes, winter has been harsh here this year. Glad you were able to get home and spend time with your family. I'm sure your Mom was thrilled!

  2. Great card design & loved seeing your pictures. I also am 1of 4 daughters, the oldest & not from Canada. But I can relate to the fun aspect when we all get together!
    Thanks so much for sharing.

  3. Frenchie, I just became a Stampin Up demonstrator but I have been watching your tutorials for a long long time. LOVE THEM!! I love to make cards and hope to be as successful as you some day. I am still learning and your tutorials help me tremendously!! I live in Idaho but I was born in Magrath Alberta Canada so now I feel more akin to you than ever! lol Thanks for the inspiration!!

  4. You are right about the snow in NB. Here in Fredericton we have so much we still cannot see our street from inside our home! Dangerous pulling out of driveways and streets. What a winter but spring is on the way! Such a nice picture of your family, you Mum must have been thrilled.

  5. What fun when sisters get together, isn't it? I just enjoyed a few weeks with my remaining sisters AND brothers - the 6 of us range in age from 72 to 85...great times. And your picture of the maple syrup on snow brought back memories. We had a "sugarbush" and made syrup and candies when I was growing up in southwestern New York state.
    Love your videos and am going to make a similar card using this technique. Thanks for all your teaching.


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