Saturday, September 4, 2010

Anything but a card at SSCC

Over at Stamping Scrapping Challenge Central our challenge this time is to create anything but a card.

I seem to always have a struggle when the challenge is anything but a card. It really makes me have to think hard about what I am creating. I chose to create a frame … and here it is.

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I used chip board to design the frame and then airbrushed the back of the picture frame using my Copics 100 pen.

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For my images I chose the adorable Sitting Wedding Edwin and Sitting Wedding Tilda for my images.

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I colored them with Copics and placed them on each side of the frame. For my frame window I used my Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 8 for my picture opening. The flowers, paper, ribbon and pearls are from my stash. IMG_1124 (Large) (2)

Here are some close ups of the flowers and ribbon.

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I really enjoyed doing this and hope you like what I have created! Thanks for stopping by and visiting. Hope to see you again soon.

24 comments:

Maria said...

Oooh definitely a keeper Stephanie! Gorgeous frame. Hugs, Maria

Kevin & Cindy said...

OH MY GOODNESS STEPHANIE....I LOVE THIS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH! Yes I am yelling. This frame took so much thought and it is BEAUTIFUL
Stephanie. You are a true inspiration to us!

Handmade by Vivi said...

WOW WOW WOW.. OH MY GOD STEPH,
this is beyond stunning! I'm spechless......
LOVE ITTTTTTT it just perfect.. everything in it!!
xxx
Vivi

Barb Hardeman said...

Oh, Stephanie! You did such a beautiful job on this frame! All your details are so pretty and I love the images you chose. Perfect for a wedding couple! Where did you find a chipboard frame??? Gorgeous work...hugs...Barb

Kathy said...

Hey Steph - Beautiful Work!! Wow.. I want to be just like you when I grow Up!! Stunning...jugs k

Card Crazy said...

That is a great frame. What a wonderful idea and how beautifully done!
Sue S.

Rene said...

Wow! This is really beautiful!

Leslie Avila said...

Beautifully executed! THanks so much for sharing.
Blessings~
Leslie A.

LindaC said...

Awesome frame....beautiful! LC

Corinne said...

Stephanie, your picture frame is gorgeous. Wonderful job! WOW!
Hugs~
Corinne

Debbie Yates said...

I think it is just perfect...your coloring..the images..the flowers and ribbon - just perfect!

Sharon Caudle said...

Oh gosh, Stephanie! You did a beautrful job with the picture frame! Awesome job constructing it!! And Tild and Edwin are so beautiful! Gorgeous coloring and design! I love it!
hugs, Sharon

Candy said...

Oh Stephanie!
Your frame is just wonderful! Did you construct the whole thing yourself??
Tilda and Edwin are beautiful and this would make a wonderful gift for the wedding couple. Your ribbon and flowers are awesome, and I love the way the pearls frame the whole thing!
Hugs, Candy

Jean said...

Stephanie, this is so gorgeous.. love your coloring of Tilda and Edwin.. your ribbon, flowers, parls, designer paper and the design itself is so beautiful.. an amazing picture frame.. would make a perfect wedding/anniversary gift.. So do love it...
Hugs, Jean

Leonie said...

Wowsers!! I thought you had decorated a brought frame until I read your description. OMG I cant believe you made it! Well done you because its most excellent!! Great job you!!
Hugs Leonie

Pat said...

Hi Stephanie...what a darling frame. I need to branch out a bit and do some fun things like this...especially with the holidays coming up!! Absolutely gorgeous coloring, girlfriend!! Pat Frank

Sheri said...

BEAUTIFUL! So seriously stunning Stephanie!

Cami said...

Beautiful frame Stephanie! This is so nice and different from a card! Love your idea and coloring! Cami

Cordine said...

It's stunning stephanie!
Hugs
Cordine

Charlotte said...

Stephanie,
Awesome frame. Very creative.
Angeluver2

Deeanna said...

What a great idea. You did a great job as always..:}

Nancy said...

This is so clever and so beautiful. What a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

scrappinpeg said...

Wow this frame is gorgeous. Would make a perfect gift. You did a wonderful job.....
Hugs...
Peggy

Denise said...

What a beautiful frame. Very creative of you. You did a fantastic job. Anyone would be honored to receive this as a gift.

Denise

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