Our April release included the debut of the 28th Die-namics in the Blueprints series, and it is all kinds of awesome! This week we're going to learn some of the clever and inventive ways that you can use Blueprints 28.
The main frame of Blueprints 28 features stitching on the outside and a semi-circle notch at the bottom, but there’s more than meets the eye. The inside top of the rectangle scores rather than cuts, creating a fun flap. Layer the stitched circles over the notch and tuck a gift card or a cute image behind the clever window opening.
The first time I saw this video, my head was spinning with all of the fun things that can be done with it!
Let's take a look at a few examples of other creative ways to use Blueprints 28 in your designs.
Julia uses Blueprints 28 to create an absolutely lovely card in pinks and grays. The circle at the notch is a fun place to add a little something extra like the button that Julia incorporated.
And here's a peek at the inside of Julia's card. So pretty! She used other elements from the Blueprints 28 Die-namics got create a shaker inside.
Inge's take on Blueprints 28 is more masculine in her color choices. You can see that she added a paw print on the circle. Just imagine the possibilities!
And here's what the inside of Inge's card looks like! Like Julia, she created a shaker with an adorable image and sentiment from the Cool Cat stamp set.
Yoonsun uses the flap of Blueprints 28 as a place to feature pretty stamped flowers from the Build-able Bouquet stamp set. She keeps the outer portion more muted to focus the eye on the flap.
And look what Yoonsun has inside! What a fun spot to hide a gift card for the recipient! You'll notice that she has tied the flap and the frame together with a little bit of twine to make sure that the gift card doesn't fall out.
You will LOVE Blueprints 28. Once you get your hands on it, we can't wait to see what you create! Be sure to tag #mftstamps when you post your projects online. We can't wait to see what you've made!
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