Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Frame It


Hello, We have a fun and so easy Trend for you this week at Just Us Girls.  Ina has asked us to put a frame somewhere on our card.  It is so easy to do and always steps the design up quite a bit.  The design team did a great job along with our guest Mugdha.  I hope you will consider stopping by and joining us.

I am linking my card up over at NBUS– with Darnell as it’s the first time I have used this Sweet Camellia Flower by Gina K.

If you have no time to color, you can always try your hand at Pointillism.  It’s fun and quick and adds a different look.

Card details:  Stamps-Gina K Designs, Copics, A mix of MFT, SU, and Spellbinders frames and circles. The fancy Victorian pieces at the bottom and middle of my card were made with my Fiskars.

I hope you find joy today however you wish to spend it, Nanc’

9 thoughts on “Frame It

  1. Gorgeous design and colors. I love the flowers and all the layers.

  2. Nice job on the design paper that has dots on it to match your technique on the flowers. Pointillism is a technique that I often forget about. It is a snice and different way to color.

  3. Fun way of coloring your leaves — great card

  4. Beautiful design, love it!

  5. Oh so pretty and colourful Nancy. Nice ‘framing’.

  6. How very Seurat of you, Nancy. I’ve seen a lot of pointillism on cards lately and you’ve done a wonderful job with yours.

  7. OH MY! Nancy, your pointillism flowers are gorgeous and placing them inside the beautiful frame…swoon-inducing! Love this! Can’t wait to see how else these blooms inspire you!

  8. I thought you used pattern paper! This is so cool! Lovely card!

  9. This looks so fresh and pretty! Love the technique!

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