Friday, April 15, 2016

It's Your Birthday

Hello my friends!
It's that time again for a new challenge at the
Dies R Us challenge blog.
The theme is Black & White and you may add an accent color if you wish!

I seem to have lots of A2 card stock ready to use, so I grabbed a black'
card stock base.   
I ran a panel of sticky back paper across a white card stock piece,
then sprinkled with black glitter and burnished with my finger.

Once that was done, I stamped a sentiment below the glitter.
I cut leaves from Sue Wilson Lace Edged Leaves 
and flowers from Sue Wilson String Flowers
(the flower dies were enabled from a previous DT member...
you know who you!!

White pearls were added to each flower center 
and a trimmed Memory Box Precious Butterflies was the finish!

so, take a little trip on over to the
Dies R Us challenge blog and join in with us
for your chance to win a prize!!

Entering the following challenges:
Everybody Art Challenge .... Birthday
Crafting From The Heart .... ATG
Dream Valley Challenges .... ATG


Ros Crawford said...

Oh this is so elegant Diane ... Can't beat black white and pearls!

Darlene said...

Love, love, love this card! Your flowers are awesome and that sparkle panel ... perfect! I would have NEVER thought to make flowers/leaves in black but it's gorgeous! I can always count on you to inspire me! Have a great day!

Lisa said...

This is so elegant and beautiful!! I love the black and white!! The flowers look amazing!! Gorgeous card my friend!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

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Leslie Miller said...

Hahahaha! I love those string flowers! They look so cool in black with the pearls and such fun leaves. Dang, look how awesome all that black and white is. The glitter and pearls really brighten it up, but I think the B/W is fabulous!

Donna Ellis said...

Wowser, Diane! Not just another pretty card! Gorgeously designed, beautifully glitterific, and very VERY classy! I always forget to us a panel of Terrific-tape, and it certainly produces a fantastic look when done in a monochromatic theme. Thanks for the inspiration and enablement about the flowers! LOL! Hugs, de