Whatever! Welcome back, dear friends, to another installment of Our Creative Corner, my regular Saturday morning post. This week Sue Butler is hosting us again and she wants us to embellish a frame. Any kind, any way, just make it the focal point of your piece, the first thing you see when you look it it.
Tammy Roberts do with rusted metal last week. The filigree metals and the lace were all glued down with Claudine Hellmuth's Multi Medium Matte.
The pretty chintz style paper is a digital download from Iralamija's Etsy Shop. I had to photoshop it a bit because it was not set up for 5.5x5.5" cards, but I got it to work. I found a home for the last bit of the practice sticky backed canvas distressed doily die cuts from the other day. The flourishes were cut from chipboard with the Elegant Flourishes die and painted white with a Snow Cap acrylic paint dabber. I sponged them with Antique Linen because I didn't want them to be stark white, then I embossed them with 2 coats of UTEE and then on top of that, a coat of the Enamelware EP.
Now it's time to check out what the other designers have to share with us over at Our Creative Corner. Lots of amazing eye candy over there this week!