It's Giveaway Time!
Nothing is better than a giveaway, right? That's what we thought too! We are really excited about our newest die collection and we've chosen to give away a die that we think you'll love to a lucky Frantic Stamper fan!
Here are the details:
Here's your chance to win the Sun Rays Quilted Card Panel Die from the Frantic Stamper Precision Die line! You have several chances to win! Do as many of the following as you'd like for extra entries:1) Like & Comment on the Frantic Stamper, Inc. giveaway Facebook postGiveaway is open through Wednesday, September 30th at Midnight EST.
2) Share the giveaway post on your FB page
3) Comment on the Frantic Stamper Giveaway blog post
4) Pin the giveaway post on Pinterest and tell us in the comments that you pinned it
Winner will be announced October 1st!
Frantic Stamper's Facebook Page (if you haven't "liked" us yet, please do!):We hope you'll enter & tell your friends about our giveaway! Thank you for visiting our blog today! Be sure to comment on this post for your chance to win and then head over to the FB page for even more entries!
Frantic Stamper Pinterest Page (check out more of the design team's creations!)
Frantic Stamper Flickr Group (show us what you're making using the Frantic Stamper line of dies!)
Before you go, though, we wanted to share some inspiration from our design team using this die!
Jen was inspired to try something different with the Sun Rays Quilted Card Panel die, using it to draw interest to her focal point. She cut black cardstock using the die first, and then cut vellum with it again a second time. She centered the circle around her focal point house. The sentiment panel was made by using one of the pieces as a guide so that it would perfectly cut out the hello patterned paper sentiment. That panel was popped up with foam tape.
Starting by framing the sentiment on both sides, she took the vellum pieces and placed them in every other ray. Jen used clear glue around the stitched edges to adhere the pieces. Because of the pattern under the vellum you can't see the adhesive at all.
For Ann's card she cut out the frame with glitter paper. What a fun look that created! She alternated three different colors of blue sun rays to create a wintry, monochromatic look for her card. The Round Vignette Joy Insert was placed in the middle of the sun ray. Isn't it wonderful how perfectly it fits in the center! The card was accented with sparkly sequins and three of the snowflakes from the Snowflake Flurries die set.
*** Materials for this project available at www.franticstamper.com.