Smiley from Good morning!  I can hardly believe that it’s Wednesday already . . . of course, I always get my days messed up when we’ve had a long weekend.  I got to spend a large amount of time in the studio and I’m almost (now I said almost) caught up with projects due this week.   Can’t ask for anything more, can I?  Well, I could Smiley from I could!

Since today is Wednesday, it means that it’s time for another WACKY WEDNESDAY Challenge!  Kittie is our hostess today and she has challenged all of us to make a card using some type of frame.  You can find all the details about participating in the challenge and how to win a 40% Discount on your next Rubbernecker order at the Rubbernecker Blog.

My card for today is using the new Diva Inchies Set to be released tomorrow.  Oh yeah . . . Rubbernecker Stamps is releasing 5 new sets tomorrow and since it’s a release day, there’s gonna be another Blog Stroll!  WOO HOO!!!!!  I do love the Blog Strolls.

Anyhoo, here’s my card.


My frame is made from cardstock using Spellbinders Long Scalloped Rectangle Nestabilities.  The cardstock was just a little flimsy, so using the same die, I cut a light weight piece of cardboard to attach it to.  I used Spellbinders Classic Square Nestabilities to cut the images.  The background panel was a white piece of cardstock that I airbrushed using a pink Copic Marker and the Spellbinders Flowers Impressabilities.  The bottom of the background panel was die cut and embossed with the Spellbinders Petite 5-1/2” Deckled Scallop Borderabilities.  To add a little accent to the frame, I applied Ranger Liquid Pearls around the scallops and then colored the inside border with a Silver Spica Marker and then went over that with black.  If you can tell in the photo, the frame is raised over the images with foam tape.

  • Stamps:  422 Diva Inchies and 456 Fashion Set from Rubbernecker Stamps
  • Paper:  Neenah Classic Crest Solar White; Prism Baby Pink Medium and Black
  • Ink:  Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Accessories:  Spellbinders Flowers Impressabilities, Petite 5-1/5” Deckled Scallop Borderabilities, Tags 5 Shapeabilities, Classic Square and Long Classic and Scalloped Rectangles Nestabilities; Copic and Spica Markers; Copic Airbrush System; Ranger Matte Accents and White Opal Liquid Pearls; Venture Foam Tape; May Arts Ribbon; Brads

I hope you play along with us this week in the challenge and join us tomorrow for the Blog Stroll!  Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.

12 Responses to “Dare To Be Different!”

  1. Aha! Love the clever ‘framing’, as well as the delightful “Diva Inchies!
    Way to go, Ms. Bad!!

  2. The long scallped frame is perfect for this. I so love the pink, blakc and white color combination. It just makes the black frame pop.

  3. oh Sherry this is toooo cute! I cant wait to see the new inchies! I LOVE INCHIES! ha! 🙂

  4. Fabulous Sherry, love the airbrushed bg panel!!

  5. Love the color combo and the way you made a frame; another great job, Sherry.

  6. Suh-weeeet! I love how you framed these inchies and I love this color combo. Way girlie!!!

  7. FANTASTIC FRAME!! That is just sooo cute!!
    I love those shoes, too!!!

    Great colors and coloring, too!

  8. Why am I having such a hard time figuring out how you made this frame?! (must be the early hour here, and the fact that I haven’t had my breakfast….yeah…..can’t be ’cause I’m a mush brain!)
    Love how you made your background (and tho I’m not a “pink” type of gal…I DO like pink and black!!)
    And my MIL would LOVE those shoes…she has this thing with leopard print (which is HILARIOUS if you knew her!! Think CPA…..uptight…..prim/proper hehe!)

  9. Ahhhhhh…….. so bright and pink and happy! Love the colors, and I love your pearl dots all around your cool frame! I gotta remember to try the frame trick with the nesties!

  10. Oooo La La, Miss Sherry….what a fabulous frame and I love the little fashion inchies you showcased!!!! Such a glamorous card with the beautiful colors and design….I love it when the Bad Diva comes out in you!!!!!

  11. Awesome Sherry! Just awesome!

  12. Love how you framed the inches. Wish I had Diva stuff like that!

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