Thursday, May 17, 2012

Frame Card

Hello. This is a quick card I made using this frame tutorial. I used a MS punch for the border and Mariannes dies for the flourishes and Head. Thats it for tonight. Have to go iron my uniforms for work. Am entering this in Make-it-Monday#90-Anything goes...Loz


  1. like this Loz black and white so classy. The red just make your card stand out. Aud x

  2. Love this, fab colours and

  3. You've been very,very busy! This is stunning!

  4. Hello Loz

    A brilliant card, I love black and white as it is so elegant, and your touch of red perfect.
    Thank you again for your kind comment on my blog.

  5. Dont you just love black and white and the cameo look is so in at the moment just lovely. Saw this on MIM Sandy :)

  6. Loz this is just so elegant. What a beautiful card..your use of those dies is stunning!! :)

  7. Love the white silhouette! Gorgeous! Saw you card at MIM

  8. This card is striking! Love the look. I saw it on MIM.

  9. Elegant card. Love the flourishes die. I saw it on MIM.

  10. Beautiful card Loz!! Very elegant.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :o)

  11. Very elegant, totally love the black and white look and the frame you created is beautiful,
    Glad i popped by from MIM,
    Kenzie xx

  12. Beautiful card. Black and white is always so elegant. The touch of red really pops I saw this on MIM

  13. Very elegant - love the black & white hun.
    I'm so happy that you joined us this week with your lovely creation!

    Hugs Krafty Karen - DT for Make It Monday.

  14. Lovely monochrome project. Clever use of dies and punches too. Saw your work on Make It Monday.
    Liz xx


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