I’m taking a turn to a different kind of card today – this one uses the Letters for You photopolymer stamp set to create a card for kids.

I love it and also used a fun technique on it as well.  Did you know that you can emboss with framelits?  Well, with special layering you can!  Start with the Big Shot platform (no tabs), add a Standard cutting pad, a cardstock shim and then the Silicone rubber sheet.  Then lay your card layer down and add the framelits (cutting side up).  Layer another Standard cutting pad over top, add another cardstock shim and run it all through the Big Shot.  Presto – you have just embossed with a framelit!  (Click on the picture to see the background).

You can check out all of the Big Shot accessories I used in my Online Store.

I used bright colours to play along with The Paper Players Colour Challenge this week.

Here’s the list of all of the products that I used.

Big Shot




I hope you are inspired to give this Embossing with Framelits technique a try, it adds that little extra pop to your project!

Happy Stamping!


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  1. Cynthia your bright and colourful letters are perfect for a child’s card – great tips on using your framelits to create embossed detail on your background too. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

    1. Thanks Joanne. Embossing with framelits is a fun technique.

  2. Cynthia, this is such a fun card! Love your rainbow of letters! Such a fun card for a teacher or child! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week ! XX

    1. Thanks Claire, it was fun to create!

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