Saturday, August 29, 2009

Porcelain frame

Another beautiful day on the Sunshine Coast.
Today I want to show you an example of a frame I did on a card
using Dimensional Magic. This is my first attempt so it could be improved upon.
I think next time I would use plain cardstock rather than textured as it showed through. I photographed it like this to show the shine. If you want a close up of any of the photo's just double click on them.


Patti Jo said...

Your card is gorgeous Marion! I do like it with the texture too! Gives another dimension! Beautiful flowers!!! As always...Wonderful!

Baukje said...

A gorgeous card Marion, I love the colours and of course the flowers are beautiful.


Tonje said...

Hi! I just have to say that this card is one of the most gorgeous cards I have seen in a long time, and believe me, I have seen quite a lot! I am so thrilled to have discovered your blog, and I hope it is ok that I put a link to it from mine?

I do not have the faintest idea on how you make these beautiful flowers but I am stunned!

Tonje from Norway

Liz Weber said...

Gorgeous card Marion - I love how you use the Spellbinders to create such devine elegant cards TFS!

Carol said...

Your cards are amazing Marion and many thanks for popping in to my blog.

Pauline said...

Marion... you leave me speechless! This is just beautiful. His grace through you is truly amazing.
Bless you,

Janet said...

Marion, I just keep going through your blog because I love it so much. I am just fascinated with they way that you present the gorgeous flowers that you do and the Spellbinders stuff are just so complimentary. You are truly amazing Hugs Janet