Fill You With Love Frame

Fill You With Love Frame

If you're looking for creative ideas for Valentine's Day gifts, why not show someone how much you love them by presenting them with a Fill You With Love frame?  It's a breeze to make with your eCraft electronic die cutting machine by Craftwell.

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Fill You With Love Frame


  • eCraft machine
  • Stampin'Up! paper in Chocolate Chip and Cherry Cobbler (one sheet of each)
  • Liquid adhesive
  • 2-6 Foam dimensionals


eCraft Settings:  Pressure setting set between the 4 and the 5, tab density set to 0, multi-cut set to 0, no image stabilizer was used, and the blade cap should be on.


  1. Cut out the hearts from the Cherry Cobbler paper using the Fundamentals 1 SD card at 1".  Then cut a piece of the Chocolate Chip cardstock to 6x8" (the picture frame has a 5x7 frame, so this worked perfectly.  Feel free to adjust as necessary).
  2. Adhere the Chocolate Chip cardstock to the frame of the image (the off-white edge).  You can take dimensionals and place those around the outside of the frame to give the picture a lift.
  3. Then using a quilters ruler, align all of the hearts and adhere them with liquid adhesive.
  4. Use Make The Cut to cut out the letter U and a shadow of the letter U.  Place dimensionals on the U and then adhere it to the middle of the frame.
  5. Put the backing back on the frame.

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