Clean & Simple Frame

TGIF!!! I can't figure out if this was a short or long week. Either way I'm happy that it is Friday. While hopping around blog land, I came across this weeks Clean & Simple Sketch (FTL138). I was immediately inspired. This was a fairly quick card to make. I think photographing it was more time consuming than making the actual card!! (If anyone has any tips on how to photograph a white card, I'm all ears!)
I love the look of line frames and have been seeing them a lot lately. All you need is a pencil, ruler & a black marker. I used the same technique on my card for the next Outlawz challenge, so come back on Sunday to see that!!!

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Amy D. said...

First off, thank you for your wonderful ideas and inspiration! Secondly, I was pondering the same photo question the other day and came up with two very different options. We have a clear glass desk and when the light is just right, it can be a neat background - it disappears, so your card is kind of floating there. Another option might be to put a piece of dark card stock underneath to create a backdrop that gives your white card a kind of base. Worth the try, anyway!

Claudia said...

I really like the simplicity of this card. It is just perfect.

alexandra s.m. said...

Love your style Maureen!!