Frame Card…

Over at PTW this week, Claudia has challenged us to make a Frame card, following her tutorial. Here’s mine, entitled Retro Romance:

Retro Romance

I’ve incorporated the tiny blackboard which was in our Design Team kit this month from Auntys, but turned it into a mini noticeboard. The crumpled paper is a tiny piece from The Cloister and the Hearth which I’ve distressed and I used black seed beads for the ‘pins’. The mesh stamp is from an Ellie Wiseman Grab bag that I won at Sheila’s blog and the retro hearts are from the mini moulding mat which I got from JemCraft Memories last year.  My friend Ali provided the blue mesh and the background is a piece from one of my acrylic scraped paint technique sheets – they’ve been so handy!!

I’m not sure that ‘enjoyed’ is the right description, although I do like the card. Challenging is probably more appropriate and it involved patience and planning… nothing new there though! 😉

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9 Comments

  1. Wow, this is fantastic Rosie, great colours

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  2. wow great card, I love it :-)x

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  3. Great card like the heart image with the lady in the middle! Thanks for joining us for the PTW challenge! x

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  4. Beautiful! Love it.

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  5. Rosie, your card is soooo stunning – WOW !!! And your card title “Retro Romance” just fits perfectly… ;o)

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  6. Sandy

     /  March 12, 2008

    Wow Rosie this is awesome. Wonderful frame card. Love the details. Wie immer 😀

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  7. wow! this is beautiful!!!

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  8. WOW what a fab piece of work. It’s so nice to see my unwanted stamps getting a new lease of life.

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  9. Paula/BB

     /  March 12, 2008

    great take on the challenge!

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