In edition to matting your images with Nestabilities diecuts you can also create amazing frames for your images by combining two diecuts together before cutting and embossing.
To make a frame with your dies, position two dies together in your diecutting sandwich. You can use whatever combination you fancy. In this photo I've used a square die with a scalloped square die. Take a piece of removable tape (I use Scotch brand in the blue container) and lay it across both dies to help keep their position when you put your sandwich together.
Here's a really quick and simple project you can make using frames made from your Nestabilities. You will need a frame, a diecut made from the same die as your outside frame, a piece of white or cream cardstock slightly smaller than the frame, a piece of ribbon (about 7") and a stamp which will fit on the white cardstock.
Embellish your ornament as desired and you have a very simple and quick project that you can finish up in no time!
Supplies: Cardstock (Bazzill, Stampin' Up!, Papertrey Ink), diecuts (Nestabilities - Scalloped Square - large, Quickutz - photo corners), Stamps (Stampingbella), Copic markers, glitter (Glitter Ritz), Ink (Adirondak), ribbon, pearls (K & Company)