BLOG HOP & VIDEO: Floating Frame Technique [Series #1 & 2]

On this video class I'll share how to make these amazing Floating Frame Technique cards. I'll be using the Stampin' Up! Easter Bunny stamp set and Stampin' Blends. The floating frame is like magic, the images appear to be magically floating on the card.

On the video I'll share some coloring techniques with the blends markers and many more ideas featuring this technique. 



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On this video class I’ll share how to make these amazing Floating Frame Technique cards. I’ll be using the Stampin’ Up! Easter Bunny stamp set and Stampin’ Blends.

The floating frame is like magic, the images appear to be magically floating on the card. Both cards are single layer and made at the same time. I’ll share how to do this along with some Stampin’ Blends coloring techniques with the blends markers and many more ideas featuring this technique. The end result creates a real “Wow”.






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This set of cards are single layer, just a card base and the images. This technique creates both cards at the same time. One is the inverse of the other. 

There was an Easter Bunny punch that matched one of the bunny images in the stamp set. It was so popular it’s on back order so I just cut these images out with Paper Snips.

I used brightly colored Stampin’ Blends markers for spring. See the video from some tips on coloring with the Stampin’ Blends.










  1. this is such a great technique and love the great tips on silicon mat and how to assembly the card. so much easier. thanks. love all the cards and cant wait to see the citrus technique

  2. Terry Deason says

    I hadn’t thought about this technique in a long time. The silicon mat makes a world of difference. Love the way they all turned out.

  3. Annie Jasper says

    #stampitcontest my favorite is the bunny one! Thanks for the tip about the silicone mat during placement!

  4. Wow it’s is so cool! Gonna try this. Can’t wait for spring!

  5. Terry Deason says

    forgot the hash tag #stampitcontest

  6. Mary Beth Wendt says

    #stampitcontest …. love this technique and can’t wait to try it….can’t believe I haven’t seen it before♡

    • #stampitcontest
      Love this technique Tami! Appreciate the tip about the silicone mat. I just ordered a second one. 🙂

  7. Diana McCall says

    #stampitcontest Great technique.

  8. Kathy Oertle says

    I have never tried this but you made it look easy so I may be trying it!

  9. Kathy Cinnamond says

    This is so cute! I’ve never seen this technique before! I will definitely try it!! Thanks for sharing 💕#stampitcontest

  10. Sylvia Scharf says

    Love the floating frame and all the tips to make it easier. You’re the best!

  11. A lot of coloring. #stampitcontest

  12. Lisa L Parsons says

    Love the bunny stamp set!! I wish the punch was still available, popular item!!!! Thank you for your sharing videos!!

  13. I learn so much from you! I love the bunny set I so excited to see this video

  14. Cute cards #stampitcontest

  15. Anne Telecky says

    I like the Bunny and grapefruit floating frames. Thanks for all the tips.

  16. #stampitcontest This is such a cool technique but I haven’t done it for a long time. Thanks for sharing your cute bunny card.

  17. Brandi Chytracek says


    Absolutely love this technique! Can’t wait to get some Press’s and seal so I can try it! Love, love, love it!
    Thank you for making it so easy to have access to the download so we have all the details right there!

  18. Paula Caron says

    A lot of moving parts!! I can see myself finding little bits all over the room for a week after!! But I love the bunny card— so creative!!

  19. Gail Beuhler says

    New technique to me. Loved it. Especially like the tip about the silicone sheet.

  20. joan Ballanger says

    I watched the video this morning. Ingenious use of the silicone mat and press and seal.

  21. Cindy Knarr says


    What a wonderful technique to create “floating” frames! I’m off to try this!

  22. I always wanted to learn this and you have come to the rescue. And, I just got the bunny stamps, so I’ll give it a try. Thanks Tami for sharing. #stampitcontest

  23. Sharlene Mainland says

    #stampitcontest Absolutely love the bunnies, Tami. Tacos too, would it be weird to do Taco Easter cards?

  24. #stampitcontest Such a fun technique. Love the bright colors and that it makes 2 cards at the same time.

  25. Sue Hanehan says

    An oldie but a goodie! Love the silicone mat trick!!

    • True – seems like everything comes back around in one form or another. Glad the silicone mat trick was helpful.

  26. I was happy to see that your Press’n Seal was printed also, mine has stars on it lol. I was creating along with you (missed it live though), but I used the Elephant Parade bundle for a baby card. Instead of doing 2 cards, I adhered the middle pieces with glue dots and the ‘frame’ with dimensionals (was a little tricky getting center in – I have no idea what possessed me to deviate from your tutorial, probably wont do that again lol)- it may not qualify as a floating frame card now, but it did come out pretty cute. The recipient loved it. Love the designer paper idea and the Paper Pumpkin idea, I will try these next!!

    • #stampitcontest

    • Donna-congratulations on making a floating frame card! The elephant parade bundle would make an awesome baby card – did you
      take a picture of it before you gave it away? I think your idea of using different levels for the 2 pieces is great.

      • No, I forgot to take a picture, wish I had. Thank you. I’ve been thinking of trying it again, but this time I’ll put the middle on a different piece of card stock – same color, either lighter or darker than card base – to see if it gives it a little more pop/depth ? I have made a couple like yours (used Hey Chick and This Birthday Pig) and I really love how they look!

  27. Cheryl K Price says

    Love the cute bunny cards!

  28. Love this technique and the cards are adorable. Thanks for sharing. #stampcontest

  29. Denise Bryant says

    Really cute cards with these adorable bunnies!

  30. Suzy Amerson says

    #stampitcontest this is such a cool technique & the tip for the mat is awesome just like u Tami ❤️ thanks so much for sharing 😊

    • Tami White says

      You’re welcome and thanks for watching! I was happy to learn the mat technique myself.

  31. Tena McElvain says

    #stampitcontest. Always enjoy your videos. Great cards and great tips!

  32. Cathy Driver says

    Amazing technique! Thank you for sharing. #stampincontest

  33. Judy Parker says

    #stampitcontestl Wow do I ever with I could color with markers like this so cute

    • Tami White says

      You totally can, Judy! The Stampin’ Blends really make it easy. If you don’t have any, you should give them a try.

  34. Dagmar Riley says

    #stampitcontest , I love this technique, but keep forgetting about it.

  35. LaVonne Smejkal says

    Such a fun card using the floating frame technique!

  36. Kelly Jones says

    I was just thinking the other day that I wish I remembered how the Floating frame was made. Thanks so much for sharing these great cards!

    • Tami White says

      That was great timing, Kelly! So glad you like them. I appreciate you watching .

  37. Karen Gruber says

    #stampitcontest. Love all your card ideas.

  38. Debbie Wicklund says

    #Stampitcontest. Love the Springy card!

  39. Karen Gruber says


  40. #stampitcontest
    Never seen this technique. Going to have to try it.