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Papertake Weekly Challenge – Making Waves

Posted by Jeannette on 2 April 2008

This weeks challenge is nice and easy! ‘Making Waves’ – the challenge is to use scallops or zig-zags (or both if your really keen lol!) on your project! And that it was, Easy! I’ve just been waiting for the right time to use these gorgeous Scallop Embossed Frames, and this challenge was it!

This First card is a 21 cm Square Card, I decided to go plain and simple again as I think these Frames make the card. I used the Mixed Bouquet frame. The frame and Card edges have been inked using a Fresh Lilac Pigment stamping pad and glittered with Diamond Stickles. The sentiments and flower are Peel Offs that I coloured using the Purple Metallic Permapaque Hobbymarker from Sakura.

The close-up is to try and show off the colours and texture as you can’t really see it in the top photo.

This second card was done exactly the same way, but this time using the Pretty Paisley frame and a stamp in the middle. The frames are available from Craftwork Cards along with lots of other gorgeous goodies.

10 Responses to “Papertake Weekly Challenge – Making Waves”

  1. Pearl said

    Love the shade of purple & all the glitter details ! very pretty cards ! love your take on cps #58 too !

  2. All Pink girl said

    Beautiful card realy pretty and sparkly ,Dawnx

  3. Andrea, said

    Beautiful card, love the frame

  4. steph said

    Great cards! Love the paisley frame! Thanks for joining us for the challenge! x

  5. Viv said

    Absoluuuuutely stunning Jeannette.
    Fab, both of ’em. LOVE the colour.
    (Thanks for your very welcome comments on my blog). 🙂
    Viv xxx

  6. Sarah said

    Lovely cards. The colours is fab.
    xx :0)

  7. Wendy said

    THese are so pretty Jeannette, I klove the colour and sparkle of the frames.

  8. My Little Space said

    This is so pretty, colour is very striking.


  9. Jilli said

    Really pretty, love the frame.

  10. Cardmaking Galore said

    Lovely card. I just love the frame

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