Thursday, April 26, 2012

My Creative Time ~ Throwback Thursday ~ "Frame"

Hello ~ and welcome to another My Creative Time Throwback Thursday! This challenge Emma has asked us to create a project using a FRAME from a "older" Cricut cartridge! There are so many frames out there it is incredible! I have to say very hard to choose from because they all have such unique features. Come play along with us and link your wonderful creation to Mr. Linky over at My Creative Time by Wednesday, May 9th. We can't wait to see what you create!

For today's card I have decided to use the cartridge Elegant Edges  ~ frame from page 31. There a lot of frames on this cartridge. I cut my frame out @ 4 inches ~ 4 times. I wanted to make it pop and give it some dimension so it looked like an actual frame. I then cut the same frame @ 3.76 inches so it had a trim piece on the inside. I used my embossing folder to make it look like wood and inked it up just a tad. I adhered clear acetate for the glass illusion. I stamped my background paper and added the bow, again for the illusion that you could hang this on a wall. My little flowers are from Emma's "NEW" release! I just LOVE that die! These are out of fabric. I can't stop making flowers or using fabric to make them. Click here to see the video Emma did showing us how to use fabric.  I know I am going to sound like a broken record but these new flower dies are so easy, quick and fun to play with! I will list all the materials below!



Material Used:

My Creative Time ~ Floral Sentiments ~ "Happy Birthday"
My Creative Time ~ Script Type Backgrounds
My Creative Time ~ Rolled Flower Dies ~ fabric flowers
Cricut Cartridge ~ Elegant Edges ~ frame
Embossing Folder ~ Cuttlebug ~ Distressed Stripes
Paper ~ Paper Trey Ink and K & Company and Darice
Ribbon ~ Paper Trey Ink And Michael's
Ink ~ Stampin Up and Tim Holtz
Martha Stewart Punch and Stampin Up punch
fabric from Joann's


Okay that is it for today! Head on over to Emma's blog , My Creative Time and see what the other AMAZINGLY talented and CREATIVE design team members have created! And DON'T forget to link up to Mr. Linky too!

14 comments:

  1. Very pretty, I love the vintage feel of it!!
    Kristan

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  2. Hi Kim,Your card is just BEAUTIFUL!GORGEOUS job with the frame and flowers,I LOVE IT!!!Have a great day my friend!!!:)

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  3. Gorgeous job Kim!!! I am so loving this project...as with all of your projects I want to make this one too :)
    Thanks for sharing and hope you have a GREAT day!!
    BTW~ no snow the other day....a huge hype for nothing!!!

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  4. This is so pretty, Kim! I love the dimension you gave to the frame, and it looks great with the acetate! The colors are gorgeous, and your fabric flowers are perfect!

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  5. Beautiful Kim!!! Soooo looks like a real frame, great creation lady!!! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  6. WOWZERS!!!! Talk about GORGEOUS!!!! It totally looks like wood and look at that depth and dimension. Your flowers are absolutely breath taking too! AMAZING!!!! Hugs- Glora

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  7. I totally thought this was wood!!! What a wonderful project. I love the roses too!!!!

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  8. Kimberly!! I wub it!! Love the background stamping. Great job love!!

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  9. Beautiful project. WOW, it sure does have the feel of wood. I love those fabric flowers. I'm glad you say they are easy because I can't wait to get mine and try them out.

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  10. What a great little home decor gift! Loving your flowers! I agree...another GREAT die from the wonderful Miss Emma :)

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  11. Oh i love how you cut out that frame so many times and made it pop...what a beautiful card.. so very very creative you are. hugs

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  12. I like the layers of your frame...your flowers are beautiful and I like that you used the stamp background. Wonderful job!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  13. This is Gorgeous Kim.Just love how you built your frame up and thegreat texture.Such pretty fabric flowers.
    Jayne x

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