Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Neutrals

Time for a new challenge at Double D
being hosted by Team Darlene
and using the tile/mood board below the theme is
'Neutrals'.


I made a very simple card using a negative from a die cut.
Just by placing a 'snippet' of designer paper under
the negative, it simply brought it to life!


It was then mounted on a piece of coordinating card stock with foam tape.

 A Happy Birthday sentiment was stamped, punched with a circle punch
and inked around the edges!


It was simply finished with a few 'candi's' and a snippet of ribbon.

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9 comments:

Anke said...

Wonderful card, so lovely.

Ros Crawford said...

This is so elegant Diane! I love your clean look cards and I love this!

Darlene said...

This is awesome Diane! What a great idea to use the designer paper behind the negative of this die! Very clever and Very beautiful!

Shona Erlenborn said...

This looks great! Love the idea, would be good to do a batch of these to have on hand. Thanks for the inspiration.

Amelia Breytenbach said...

Wow, so beautiful with the elegant flourish Diane! This is CAS but still with lots of beautiful things to look at.

Kathy Krug said...

Beautiful design. I use negatives a lot in card making but I would never have thought to use the flourish like this. Just amazing.

Lisa said...

This is so gorgeous!! Gosh, I need to remember to save the negatives!! This is so beautiful my friend!! I love the paper you used in the background, too!! Love, love it!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Leslie Miller said...

Dang, Diane, I just love how this turned out! I keep thinking what I might have that I could do this with. It's so pretty with the DP in the negative space. You rocked the neutrals challenge!

Vicki robertson said...

Diane, I love, love, love this card! You have used one of my favorite die cuts. I would never have thought to use it this way, but it is just beautiful!