Welcome to Monday Morning Challenge, where we offer up a challenge, and share with you our designers take on that challenge. Today we asked our designers to incorporate frames into their projects.
“Merry, Merry, Merry Christmas” card, by Diana Fisher.
Put a spin on your photo cards and make a wreath frame for your photos! This style has a nostalgic feel to it and will wow the loved one who receives it. To make this card, I used the Cameo to cut three different sized holly wreaths and layered them on the edges a 2" circle photo. A fun border punch, some bling and a twine loop at the top complete the finished card.
Christmas Countdown: O'Tannenbaum, Paper Pieces, Captions; Button Market: Masculine Mix
“Oh Christmas Tree” card, by Diana Fisher.
Since we are looking at frames today, I wanted to make sure to use the die cut frames in the Paper Pieces package. The red gingham frame works well layered with the green gingham paper in the Christmas Countdown collection. A cute tree for the focal point and a cluster at the top add the perfect touches.
Christmas Countdown: O'Tannenbaum, Daily Details, Paper Pieces, Captions; Button Market: Masculine Mix
"Family Candy Day", by Wendy Sue Anderson.
I just love the little die cut polaroid frames in the Christmas Countdown Paper Pieces pack, so I couldn't resist using them on my "use a frame" assignment! I love that the size is perfect for framing my little 3" instagram photos. Using a cute frame and some fun embellishments really helps the smaller photos take center stage, even if the quality from my phone photos is less than awesome.
Christmas Countdown: O Tannenbaum, Believe, Christmas, Borders, Daily Details, Alpha+Bits, Tabs, Captions, Paper Pieces; Button Market: Pickle Squares; Feathers: Bell Pepper, Pickle Juice, McIntosh; Designer Tape: Yellow Chevron; Flags: Fall, Camping
“SWAK”, by Jen Chesnick.
It's about this time where I am so over creating holiday layouts and cards that I am longing for anything with a different color scheme. I don't tend to scrapbook much Valentines day, but I always love the color combinations. I used this sweet photo from the fall of my two girls. The colors are perfect and the patterns are so happy!
Kiss Me: Flutter, Borders & Cute Cuts, Just Write Journaling & Stickers, Alpha+Bits; Designer Tape: Cotton Candy, Ice Stripe, Piggy Pink Stripe