Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Citrus Floating Frames


It's time for our monthly Designer's Choice Challenge over on The House That Stamps Built. This month it was my turn to pick the theme and I chose: "Try a New Technique." It doesn't have to be new in the sense of recent --- just something you've never done before.


For my cards I chose to create some floating frames with Repeat Impressions citrus themed stamps.


I first noticed this technique when my teammate, Heather, created a card for a challenge back in April. (You can find her beautiful work here.) She learned the technique from this video tutorial by Jennifer McGuire.


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8 comments:

Glittered Paws said...

Love the lemons and have never tried a "floating frame" - off to watch the video as I'm home today with nothing to do (but Cinderella chores) so a few hours in my craft is in order. Your coloring on the lemons is perfect.

Laurie Unger said...

Amazing DCC this week Esther! Love your lemons - this is a technique that's on my list to do! Awesome job.

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Citrus is my favorite scent and I can almost smell this card... LOL! Another bright, happy creation, Esther!

Patti J said...

I guess I will be watching a video tonight! Love this technique, Esther, and your card is awesome! Fun challenge..,thank you!

Donna said...

What fabulous cards (and coloring), this technique is on my stamping bucket list. This was an extra fun challenge!

Conniecrafter said...

they look so real, pretty framing

sallysbitz2 said...

Great fresh looking cards.
I can feel a Gin coming on, lol

hugs sally x
sallysbitz2.blogspot.co.uk

Heather said...

Your lemons are stunning!!! And the work perfectly for this technique! Pretty fun, wasn't it?! I'm glad I inspired you to try something new.