May 21, 2011

Frame It!

Happy Saturday! This week at OCC Linda has challenged us to create a frame on our projects using chipboard, cardstock or whatever you can think of! I created a frame using various nestabilities dies.
This one is pretty self explanatory - some gorgeous paper, a beautiful sentiment and die cut accents. The scallop layer is created using five die cut strips of the Jumbo Scallop Die-namic from My Favorite Things.

For once I haven't finished the inside of this card (yet) We went to the zoo this morning and I ran out of time!  Be sure to stop by Our Creative Corner and see what the design team have cooked up this week - I'll be back tomorrow with the first of the Riley and Company sneak peeks!

Stamps: Clearly Sentimental about Music (MFT Stamps) Cardstock: Daffodil Delight, White, Basic Black (SU) Paper: Emma's Shoppe (Crate Paper) Ink: Real Red (SU) Dies: Dizzy Doily, Musical Notes, Jumbo Scallops Die-namics (MFT Stamps) Labels 4, Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders) Other: Real Red Ribbon (SU) Rhinestones (Kaisercraft)


  1. I am proud to be the first one to comment Sarah! Your card is just wonderful. So colorful and with the dies u used it made the card so beautiful. Brought a big smile to my face!

  2. Sarah, you impress me every week with your creations! I just love this much fun! Hope you are having a great weekend.

  3. I always look forward to see what you create for the challenges @ OCC! You always have fun and creative cards/projects to show us! And this week is no exception. I LOVE it! :)

  4. This is perfect Sarah!! Love the colors and I LOVE that sentiment!!

  5. Such a bright and happy card, Sarah! Love the colors and all those layers are positively yummy! I especially like the way you layered the scallops. I just bought a similar die from PTI and will be trying that technique!

    Hope you had a wonderful weekend!


  6. This is wonderful, Sarah - all the different dies make a fabulous frame put together! Love the little details on this one!


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