Here are some examples of how I have used my designs personally over the last few years and also how others have used them. I chose these designs to show how you can think out of the box and use a border for a different purpose, or how you can use two designs together to create a different affect. I hope this inspires you to get motivated and do some scrapping.
Here is another design which I have not put out here yet, but plan on putting it in my store for sale next week. 03/25/15
I made these to hold candy and cupcakes a couple of years ago.
This example is using my whispy dogwood design. I cut the left frame edge off the frame of the design (after I cut it and weeded it) to make a free flowing effect. Then I put some sparkly glitter card stock behind it to give it a feminine look. I got a great reaction from this.
This is one that a customer had me customize the "Horse and Barn" design to a summer scene for them, PaulaLuv2Stamp. You should visit her site, she does a great job.
This is one that a customer made using the wisteria design which is one of my free files
This design of mine was used by a customer who purchased this file and sent a picture of it. I just loved what she did.
This example is using two of my designs to create a great design, I placed the "flower border" over the "Dear and Fawn" design (which is free) and created this affect.
This design is using my rose bud border (which is free) and placing on the card, laying over a rectangle opening on the card to create a neat affect.
This design of mine was used to create a terrific Congratulations card
Here is a design where I used a frame I made as a card topper.
This is the "stick flower design" which I used to create a design for a photo. I blurred the image on the photo since my daughter-in-law does not want photos of her babies put online, but as you can see, the "stick flower design" makes a neat accent to the picture.
This design was to send my precious dog "King" out to special dog owner friends at Christmas. I used the "holly frame" (which is free) and it turned out great.