Monday, 20 August 2007

Cheap Frills

Here is my take on this week's DCM dare 'You must make a card with a frill - it could be some lace, frilly ribbon, a hand cut or decorative scissor edge or a folded paper frill - or what ever you choose to make.... you decide!' Cheap frills inplying I only used a pair of deckled scissors and used a hole punch to create my frilly look.

13 comments:

Kathy said...

Isn't it amazing what stunning effects can be made with a few simple tools - mind you, there's an awful lot more to see here that's maybe not so simple eh? Gorgeous card Esther, I love all the extra details you've put on here

Jacqueline's Craft Nest said...

Very pretty Esther! I also liked your take on the 'Live life to the full'.

DymphieM said...

Lovely card :)

Lynne said...

Beautiful card Esther, thanks for joining in the.

mamaluke said...

Thats lovely Essie!!!

Susan (Sue H) said...

I’m definitely being drawn towards the blue shades today.

Yet another stunning card.

Hazel said...

That is so classy, Esther - love it

So Sonya said...

Oh that is lovely, fab way of doing the challenge!

GrammaStamper (Barb) said...

This card has a lace ribbon on it. Will it do?
http://barbscardcreations.blogspot.com/2007/08/weekend-challenges.html

Shannon McGann said...

What a great idea, using the deckled scissors and a hole punch. I never would have thought of that, but now I have to try it! Thanks for sharing your beautiful card!

Andrea said...

Beautiful card, the colours are great

Gillian :O) said...

don't the holes finish off the deckle edge perfectly..love this one too...

Sadie B said...

Hiya

Thanks for your comment on my blog.
This card is amazing, the colour scheme is amazing.

Yes 27 to 34 is a big jump, you look great for 27.

I look forward to spending more time hanging about on your blog it is great.