Ok I took the title as it stated and experimented and this is what I came up with and in a weird sort of way it works. I used my Cutterbee Bug to mark 5mm holes and then joined them up at opposites with a green marker pen to create a frame for the image, which was a rak of Jane I think. The flowers are prima and the brads making memories. The paper was from the bottom of my stash and the image cut out using Nesties. The sentiment is a peel off from stash.
Would be interested to see what people think.
This is fab Vicky very effective.
WOW!! This is amazing Vicky, love it!!
hugs Bev x
This is stunning Vicky! At first I thought you had sewn the frame, well done.
Great card Vicky, the effect is stunning, really drswa your attention to the image. It really looks like stitching! Louise x
Try doing the same thing but stitch it instead of using a pen.....it's gorgeous, especially if you have a variagated thread. Great fun too :o)
Love your card :o)
this is fabulous, what a lot of work. thanks for joining us this week. hugs rachxx
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Love the way you did the frame, it must have taken you hours. It looks like you used real thread, can't believe its hand drawn. Lovely creation. Hugs from Desire
your card is beautifull!
i love the colours!
hugs Akkina xxxx
So special and beautiful! Love it!!
A brilliant card Vicky, takes me back to my school days when we used to knock nails in wood and create this effect!
Wow!!! An amazing card!! ♥
AMAZING!!!!!!! Love it vivky
it looks just like stitches
hugs jane x
Oh wow hun this is fabulous what a lot of work has one into thia glorious card and your colouring is fabulous
Thanks for joining LOTV challenge this week dear
Hugs Jacqui x
Hi Vicky this is such a lovely card. There is somthing for you over at my blog.
Wow, Vicky, this is awesome! I've seen this somewhere before with a pattern template, I think I have that somewhere but never tried it! I think you just inspired me to dig through my clutter and find it! Thank you!
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