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Black and White Square Frame Flower Card


I love this striking Black and White frame card!  I saw a card similar to this on Pinterest, and Rita and I decided this Square Frame card would be great for our Stampin' UP! workshop, so this is one of the cards we made at her workshop.  This cute Note Card is quick and easy when you use the Square Framelits and your Big Shot from Stampin' Up!.  The Petite Petals stamps and matching punch paired up with the stem from the Simple Stems stamp set is perfect for these frames.


TIPS AND HOW TO: Place any 2 square framelit pieces on the magnetic platform and run it through the Big Shot at once and you will get a fantastic little frame!  I cut 2 layers of Designer Paper at once from the Neutrals Color Collection Paper Stack.


ADHESIVE TIP: Since these little frames are so skinny, here is a TIP for you.. place the frame on the Silicone Mat and apply your adhesive... it won't stick to the mat and will only go where you want it to go!


STAMPING TIP:   when stamping the stems from the Simple Stems stamp set:


After stamping the 3 stems, place the frame on the card (using the adhesive tip shown above), then stamp and punch out the flowers (using a scrap of Whisper White) and add them to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.


 Use a Stampin' Dimensionals behind each flower for a fun 3-D effect then a Black Candy Dot in the center of each flower for a great POP!

Need more Black Candy Dots? Use the Neutrals Pack and color them with a Sharpie marker!


Did you know about all those tips I shared with you?  I hope you learned something new!



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sonny peterson

Patti...I loved your tips ! The stems one is a great one.
"Yes,you can teach an old dog new tricks "


I love everything about this card! The stems tip is great! I will be caseing this card as well as making some thank you notes for my son's violin teacher who is having a baby. I knew I wanted to use notecards and Zoo Babies so I can't wait to use this layout for her!


Cute card. Love all the tips you shared with us. Can't wait to give this one a try. Thanks for sharing.

Jan Chung

Thanks for the great tips. Loved the cards.

Debbie Flattum

Great tips, Patty. I knew about coloring the rhinestones and pearls, but didn't even think about the candy dots! Duh!!


These are great looking cards. Not only is the contrast of the black and white beautiful, but it totally makes the blast of color pop!

I too knew about coloring the rhinestones and pearls, but like Debbie above, it never crossed my mind to do the candy dots! LOL

Thank you for sharing your tips and tricks!


thank you for words of always inspire me, but today these bright cards are such a welcome post; we're recovering from yet, another snow storm(ARRRGGG!!)


Your tips are great Patty!

Sue Duffy

As usual, loved these, Patty! Just CASED and Pinned them. TFS

Tonya Denton

These are so darn cute!! I may have to tweak these to make them my own for my next Shoe Box Swap! I'll certainly give you credit though for my inspiration and layout! Love 'em!! :)


I love your tips Patty and I love your inspirational cards! We are never too old to learn new tricks! Thanks for these tips. These black and white frames with the flowers are so Spring..fabulous cards!!


Patty, These cards are just too precious! Thanks so much for sharing them with us! I have a 92 yr. old friend in senior living quarters that I send cards to so she can give them to her friends and these are just perfect for that! The frames you made look like Modern Medley DSP. Is that what you used? Thanks again!

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