Monday, October 30, 2017

DIY: Framelit Carrier & Stamp Positioner with Video Tutorial

Hey you guys! Thanks for stopping by today. I've got a quick but fun post for you today with a video tutorial. I've made a carrier for my framelits out of an Ikea picture frame. It's going to be great for when I need to travel with my framelits for classes because when I get to class I can...

...just open the picture frame right up and Ta-Da! My framelits are ready for class. You could even use washi tape to divide the magnet into areas for your different projects. 

Another fun thing about this set up is that it doubles as a stamp positioner! I'm holding out on buying a professional stamp positioner because I have faith that some day Stampin' Up! is going to sell one. So, for now, this option will work until Stampin' Up' hooks us up with a better one. 

This Framelit Carrier was very easy to make and it was inexpensive too (it's always great when it's inexpensive but functional, right?)! Here's a quick video on how to make your own. I will list links to all of the products that I have used below the video.


Picture Frame: Hemingsbo Frame from Ikea (8.5" x 11" white frame with hinges)

That's all for today folks! Thanks for stopping by and have an amazing day!
See you soon,


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