And this is what I achieved with those left-over frames. How? Keep reading:
Using your scissors, cut triangles, polygons, hexagons, squares until you have a bunch of shapes to play with:
For my rubber, I used the left overs from a clear mount set. Remove the backing from your rubber. NOTE: If you are using the rubber from the wood mount stamps, you will also need a wood block to mount them on.
Using a Clear Block, arrange your pieces so that they are about 1/8" from each other, creating a pattern. Don't worry if some of the rubber lays past the block edges:
Ink up your new "background stamp" and stamp your background:
Complete your card as desired or follow my design:
- Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Sahara Sand
- Stamp Sets: Fabulous Florets, Teeny Tiny Wishes
- Accessories: Baja Breeze Seam Binding Ribbon, Pearl Jewels
- Tools: Decorative Label Punch, Scallop Circle #2 Die, Snowburst Textured Impressions Folder, BigShot Machine, Stampin' Dimensionals
- Inks: Soft Suede Ink
- Misc: Left-over rubber!