We are already at the half way point of our first year anniversary challenge at Time Out :) It is a photo inspiration featuring a selection of colourful frames so this is what I made:
I found some old chipboard shapes in my stash and triple embossed each of them with colourful embossing powders before arranging them on top of a panel of white card which I had run through a woodgrain pattern embossing folder. The sentiment is from Mama Elephant.
It is a very literal interpretation of the photo but you can use any element which appeals for your design.
Remember there are fab prizes from Stamplorations and Uniko Studios up for grabs with this challenge - check them out over at Time Out along with the great inspiration from the Design Team including our lovely GD, Mandi from Faith, Hope and Crafts.
Given all of the embossing that I have included in this card I will also link up at Virginia's View Challenge which is embossing.
I hope you are inspired to take Time Out to play along with us on our first birthday :)
Thanks for stopping by!
Very cool take on the photo, embossing the frames really makes them pop xReplyDelete
So fun! Love the layered frames.ReplyDelete
I love this idea. So great that you already had the shapes in your stash.ReplyDelete
Loving the texture and the layered chipboard frames are bright and colourful. FAB take on the inspiration. Hugs Bev xReplyDelete
I just love this card! Sentiment is awesome also, and love how you have incorporated the wood in the form of background embossing! So clever!!ReplyDelete
Great take on the inspiration photo!ReplyDelete
A fun take on the challenge! And a great sentiment! Hugs, GerrinaReplyDelete
Such a clever take on the inspiration photo, Sarah! Love the color combo and your woodgrain background really makes the frames pop!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous texture-y background, Sarah ... and such cool frames ... love all that fab dimension! Anita :)ReplyDelete
This is so cool and love that you were able to emboss that frames with embossing powders. Must get myself some more colours. Loving all that white woodgrain too, really makes those frames pop. This couldn't be more perfect for the challenge!!ReplyDelete