Friday, April 18, 2014

[Video] Close to My Heart Artbooking Frame with Buckle Boutique Rhinestone Material

When the Buckle Boutique asked if I wanted to try out their rhinestone self adhesive sticker sheets, I said yes!

I had seen the Cricut machine they quickly and easily decorated with the sheets and was very impressed and wanted to try it out myself (see below):
I knew just the project I wanted to do using the sheets and the Close to My Heart pennant frame!
Below you can see some close ups of the rhinestone sheet and further down, I have a video telling how to make this frame.

I found the Buckle Boutique rhinestone sheets to be easy to use and here's why:

- They cut easily in the Cricut, a paper trimmer or even by scissors. That's because they aren't hard rhinestones, but rather a flexible resin like substance (you can see more in the video). It easily cuts and the rhinestones stay intact, even if you cut down the middle of them.
- The self-adhesive backing is very strong.  Also, that backing means you are not messing around with glue, or worrying that your adhesive won't be strong enough - that's all taken care of. 
- I used the following settings: 
Deep Cut Blade: 6
Pressure: 3
Speed: 2
and multi-cut 5 times
Put the material face down on the mat (so the adhesive backing side is up and the rhinestones down) and make sure to flip your image.

One more thing: The rhinestone sheets come in a variety of colors and sizing which you can see HERE.


The Close to My Heart pennant frame matches a cut on the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge so I decided to use all my cuts from that cartridge (see below):





Products Used:
Buckle Boutique Rhinestone Dazzling Diamond Sheets:
Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut Bundle:
Close to My Heart Pennant Frame:
To see how to make this frame, see the video below (click HERE if you can't see the video):

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The Buckle Boutique provided me with the rhinestone sticker sheet to try and also review.  I was not paid to do so and all opinions above are my own.
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37 comments:

  1. I haven't ever made a scrapbook frame, but it looks like something I should try out.

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  2. OH! That is so cool that the cut in the cartridge matches the frame! One more reason that I am thrilled that Artbooking is the cartridge I chose with my kit! Love it!

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  3. I'm not sure if the frame I made is what is called a scrapbook frame. I made a wedding frame for one of my wedding photos. Like the sparkle of the rhinestone sheet.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  4. I have just got to get that cartridge.. it's been on my wish list for quite sometime now!!
    L.r. Smith from fb pg..

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  5. Love the frame. Yes, I have done frames before --usually to use as gifts for special events.

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  6. This is so cool. Love this bling! I make frames all the time. Usually do it for the first page of my layout. Thanks for the chance.

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  7. I havae never made a scrapbook frame before, but did other frames. That is beautiful Thanks.

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  8. I don't think I've ever made a scrapbook frame - this is awesome! thanks for sharing.

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  9. That's really pretty! I've made at least one scrapbook frame before, but it isn't something I do very often.

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  10. Your scrapbook frame is very pretty. I've never made one before. Thanks for sharing your time, talents, and ideas with us.

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  11. this is gorgeous Joy! No I've never made one before but inspired to!

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  12. Your frame turned out to be so lovely. I really appreciate that you leave some of the "mishaps," like your buckled corner, in your videos. It's great to see how you solve the little problems that come along.

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  13. I have used scrapbook paper, etc. on a frame before but have not yet done one using my Cricut or Cuttlebug. I checked the rhinestone website..lots of pretties. Thanks for the chance at the cart too. My great-niece is soon too and this would be perfect to do a scrapbook for her.
    Lorrie from MI

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  14. I loved to see how those rhinestone sheets worked so well for you. The frame was lovely! Happy Easter

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  15. I have not made a scrapbook frame but after seeing how gorgeous yours came out, I'm going to have to try it. You did a beautiful job. I hope you have a very Happy Easter.

    Leslie

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  16. LOVE this project Joy! Thank you for sharing the rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique with all of your followers!


    Shawn ~ The Buckle Boutique Design Team Coordinator
    Crafty Chics Blog
    and
    MyCutSearch.com ~ Find your Cricut images FAST!

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  17. Great video, I am checking out the The Buckle Boutique as soon as I post this comments, Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  18. That frame is awesome, Joy!! I can't wait to make one for graduation!

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  19. No, I have not made a scrapbook frame. That is something I will have to try. Love your creative ideas.

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  20. No, I have not made a frame.....maybe I should give it a try! Thanks for the chance to win!
    mb6464@hotmail.com

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  21. I have not made a scrapbook frame. I love how yours turned out it's truly so beautiful. I love it when you do crafty things because you always create something so fantastic and unique that's because you are such a clever, creative an very talented gal.

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  22. Not like this one. It is really pretty will have to give it a try.

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  23. Love how you used this rhinestone sticker sheet. No I have not made a scrapbook frame before.

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  24. I haven't made a frame like this before, but I have covered a wooden frame with scrapbook paper. I would like to try making a frame like yours. It's beautiful.

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  25. What a pretty frame. I've never made a frame. This looks interesting.
    Mary O'Neal

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  26. Nice project for the CTMH frames. I was wondering how big they were. I love how quick and easy it goes together. Wish I had some in stock to add to my wedding gift for next weekend . What a great idea for a Wedding frame! I would be a nice addition to go with the Wedding Scrapbook I made. for the happy couple. Thanks for sharing all your great ideas.

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  27. I love all the glitz. The frame is very nice. I need to do a project with the frame. Thanks for the ideas.

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  28. Okay just so ya know I cracked up laughing at the "just put an embellishment right over that" HA HA, been there done that! I have done a few shadow frames and love doing those, I alter frames as well. I have avoided the rhinestone stickers but if they cut well it might be great for flourishes!

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  29. I haven't really made a scrapbook frame before, but yours is darling! I might have to try that. I've done other similar projects using scrapbook embellishments and papers. Thanks for all you share and have a Happy Easter weekend!

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  30. I've used the Buckle Boutique rhinestone sheets and I love them. The idea of covering the pennant frame with the sheets is terrific. Can't wait to make one of these. tfs

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  31. First of all I want to say how much I love your blog and I well be back many times. I also love your video's they really help me. I am a visional learn and you u-tubes are the. I wish I had more of the CTMH cartridges. They are very goods. BUT the price is hard for me. I only get about $60 amonth to spend on my crafts. Maybe I can win one someday. Love your blog it is really good.

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  32. The First Few Years would be a perfect cartridge to begin the next phase in life, RETIREMENT! With two adorable grandsons less than a year old to scrapbook, what else could a girl want?

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  33. I have not made a frame but I can see how it would help with layout! Definitely would make it easier.

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  34. The frame was so simple to make after you see how it is done.Thank you so much for the information.

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  35. I have not made any scrapbook frames yet. I am a newbie and am trying to collect supplies so I can. Thank you for the giveaway!!

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  36. I love this frame Joy. Don't know how I missed it
    . I also love those little rolled flowers
    !!

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