Reverse Frame Technique

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      Welcome to Highlight Monday! It is such a blessing to wake up and know that I will be spending time with you. This week and weekend, I mainly rested up from my trip to Mississippi. I am finding it harder to bounce back after driving so long. How was your weekend? I hope you did something fun and is willing to share in the comment below. Let me grab a cup of coffee and meet you in the craft room so we can begin.


Reverse frame technique

Crafting Steps

      It seems like it has been forever since I have sat at my desk in my craft room. Today’s technique we will be doing is called the Reverse Frame technique. If you find yourself in need of a quick card doing the reverse frame technique is a fun way and easy way to make one.

These are the material’s you will need:

Two frame dies that is one size smaller than the other

White, black, and blue card stock

Blue, green, and orange inks

clear embossing ink

A background stamp

Blending brushes



Embossing powder

Heat gun


  1. Cut the blue 8 1/2′ by 11′ card stock in half. Use one half for the card base.
  2. Cut a piece of white card stock to 4′ by 5 1/4′.
  3. Blend the blue, green, and orange inks onto the white card stock.Reverse Frame Technique
  4. Stamp a background stamp with clear ink.
  5. Cover the background stamp with white embossing powder and heat it with a heat gun.
  6. Place two frame dies onto the embossed background and run it through the Big Shot.Reverse frame technique
  7. Attach the outer frame and inside panel to the card base.Reverse frame technique
  8. Run a sentiment die on black card stock through the Big Shot and attach it to the front of the card.

Word of the Day

     The word of today is friendship. Since I have been away from my friends for a year, I know how important they are to me. A few days ago I went to visit a friend that I had not seen in a year. She was so glad to see me, and that made me feel so special. I was starting to forget how special it felt being with friends. Now is time for us to connect. I am still not wanting to be in large groups. I guess I am ready for baby steps. Please do what you feel comfortable doing but get connected.

     I have enjoyed our time together, but it is time to let you get back to your life. Please be safe and take time to craft and create.





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