Oh those On Film framelits! I love framelits and thinlits. Not that I’ve parted with my traditional dies but, I really like the small amount of space and the wide ranging designs. Today’s card is mostly about the framelits and embellishments. In fact, the stamping is just an accent.
I had my I Am Me designer paper out the other day and when I began the creative process today, it’s the first thing I thought of. Second, were the On Film framelits. I used my filmstrip framelit image first and then sized my designer paper layer to not extend past the edges of the die cut. I like the camera embosslit but hadn’t found the right project for it until today. After I cut a piece of Soft Sky with the embosslit, I used the fine tip of a Soft Sky Stampin’ Write maker to color in all of the debossed lines. If you’ve used traditional film, you’ll remember the arrows on the inside of the camera showing which way to thread/wind the film. Thinking of this, I cut two arrows from Crushed Curry. The filmstrip, camera and arrows are all on Stampin’ Dimensionals. Noticing the arrows on one roll of the Retro Fresh washi, I added a strip of it to the bottom of the designer paper. The Basic Rhinestones come with three strips of connected rhinestones. I split one of these and added part to the top left and bottom right of the washi layer. Plus, there’s one rhinestone inside the lens of the camera. Next, I used Basic Gray ink and the “skid marks” from Gorgeous Grunge to add a little texture at the bottom and top of the Soft Sky card base. Finally, I added Silver Foil and Basic Gray circles from the Bermuda Bay Celebration Add-On Kit behind the filmstrip die cut.