Fine Frames Three Ways

Hello fellow stampers and paper crafters and friends.  While looking through all my issues of the Technique Junkie Newsletter I came across a technique that intrigued me and one in which I’ve never tried before.  It is called Fine Frames and is from the August 2013 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter which you can find here.  I liked the technique so much that I created three cards using this technique.  Each card was coloured with Prismacolor pencil crayons and odorless mineral spirits.

My first card uses Darling Blooms.  The cardstock is SU’s Tempting Turquoise.

My next card uses a favourite of mine called Flowers and Feathers Collage.  My matt is SU’s Crushed Curry.

Finally I used Dragonfly Collage.  My matt comes from Paper-Garden.ca and my designer paper is from Stampn’ Up!

Notice I didn’t use any sentiments on my cards?  I thought the eye should focus on the highlighted image and not be distracted by a sentiment.

My favourite is Darling Blooms.  Which is your favourite?


Posted on : Jun 20 2017
Posted under cards, Technique Junkies Stamps |

5 People have left comments on this post

Jun 20, 2017 - 04:06:36
Beth said:

These are beautiful. My favorite is Dragonfly Collage. Darling Blooms reminds me of the coloring books for adults which appears to be a fad right now. Great job for all three cards. 🙂

Jun 20, 2017 - 09:06:40
Patti J. said:

This is such an eye catching technique! Love the combination of color and black and white. Beautifully done, Beth, As always!

Jun 21, 2017 - 08:06:08
Shirley said:

Hi Beth, your cards are beautiful using a cool technique. And as always your colouring is beautiful as well. it’s crazy busy here, eventually life will settle down. Take care xx

Jun 21, 2017 - 09:06:41
Marisa Job said:

These are beautiful!! Love the technique!!

Jun 23, 2017 - 08:06:49

very cool, I have been thinking I need to do this technique, I think it would work great with the coloring pages too! They are all so pretty!!


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