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Geo Frames Card


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Print Idea


This card is perfect for Valentine's Day, giving a geometric twist to the classic heart!

Themes: Basic Shapes

Sizzix Die(s) Used

  • Sizzix Thinlits Die Set 4PK – Geo Frames
  • Sizzix Crochet #2 Thinlits Die Set (3 PK)
  • Sizzix Accessory - Cardstock Sheets, 80PK (20 Colours)
  • Sizzix Accessory - Paper Sculpting Kit
  • Sizzix Tool - Heat Tool, Dual Speed
  • Sizzix Big Shot Foldaway Machine (White and Grey) with Exclusive Extras


Other Supplies: Tim Holtz® Stapler, Tim Holtz® Distress Inks, Silver, Cream & White Card, Your choice of stamps, PVA Glue, Guillotine , Adhesive Gems, Thin string

  1. Using your Big Shot Machine, die-cut all elements seen below. The element with the sentiment can be hand-cut using the scissors from the Paper Sculpting Kit.
  2. Using tweezers, pinch and twist the petals of the flower element to create a dimensional fold down the middle.
  3. Measue and cut your white and cream card using a guillotine. The white card should be slightly bigger than the cream so that a white border is created when laid over each other.
  4. Stick the cream card to the front of the white.
  5. On the cream card, use your choice of stamps with different colors of Distress Ink. (Tip: remove some of the ink from the stamp on a scrap piece of paper or craft mat to make the stamped elements more subtle.) For this I chose to use pink and gray. On your hand cut element, stamp a sentiment using a gray distress ink.
  6. Layer the die-cut elements (and the sentiment) as shown below using PVA Glue. By having some elements resting on others, you can create a dimensional effect. Add a gem to the centre of your flower.
  7. Finally, add a small amount of string, displayed in loose loops. This can be attached to the make using a Tim Holtz stapler.