Monday 18 July 2016

In the frame

Hi there. I'm back today with a very quick post using Sheena's lili's.

I have stamped them on to pearlescent paper and coloured them with Spectrum Noir pens after having cut out the basic shapes using the matching dies.

They are very three dimensional so I wanted to do something different other than a card, so I opted for a picture frame.

I made the frame using dies which i then embossed with a crafters companion texture folder.

Finally, in case you were wondering, the picture itself was taken in Annecy I'm the French Alps, and those structures that look like rockets in the background are actually water slides!

That's all from me today.

Thanks for stopping by.

Sharon x



  1. They look great adorning your photograph Sharon and so realistic. Lilies are one of my favourite flowers. :) X

  2. A beautiful frame with those stunning lilies! Thanks for joining us at Creative Moments.

  3. Beautiful card thanks for sharing!!!

  4. A great shape of the frame and those lily's are really lovely, great picture too.
    Thank you for joining in our Frame challenge this week at Allsorts.


  5. Fabulous shape of the card and love what you have done with your design..thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Calendar Challenge..Please don't forget you now have to Join and be a Follower of our blog (If you aren't already:))) to be in with a chance of winning the challenge prizes...hugs Sue J xx

  6. These flowers are so very gorgeous - love how they adorn the frame so perfectly. Thanks so much for joining us this time at the Creatalicious challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

  7. A wonderful project!
    Thank you soo much for taking part in our " anything goes with optional add flowers” challenge over at Creatalicious & good luck in the draw.
    Hope to see you again in our new challenge as well…

    (DT-Coordinator Creatalicious Challenges)

    (DT Crafty Friends)

    (DT The Sketchy Challenges)


I love to receive your comments, so thanks so much for taking the time to visit me and tell me what you think. Happy crafting! Sharon