Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Double D Challenge Black and White

Our one year
at Double D challenges continues through January
with more prizes and a new theme.

Dar and her team are the hostess's this week
and have chosen the theme of 
Black and White with no extra colors
and using the beautiful mood board for inspiration.

I love the black and white cards as they always seem so elegant and classy!

Funny thing about my card,
I was cruising through Dies R Us as there were a few things I wanted to order
and I saw this wreath and thought how pretty it was
and thought to myself, I like this so much I am surprised
I haven't ordered it before.
Then I thought hmmm, maybe I did, so I looked in my die stash
and sure enough I already had it...I guess that tells you I 
have way too many dies....but working for a die company, that is bound to happen!

I used a 'new to me' Cuttlebug folder I purchased just before Christmas
and die cut the word celebrate, I cut it 3 times and stacked them one on the  other.

The little sparkle butterfly was cut from a glitter dotted paper.

Make sure and join in our challenge with us at
Double D as we have FABULOUS prizes being given away
and one was donated by Dies R Us themselves
and I am telling you, you will want it!!

Entering the following Challenges:
Word Art Wednesday .... ATG
Crop Stop .... Products Sold By (m)

Products used:
           Joy Fantasy Butterfly
Paper:  Authentique Classique Essentials
EB Folder:  Cricut Cuttlebug Heather's Lace
Other:  Ribbon, Sequins


Shona Erlenborn said...

Beautiful creation Diane! Love the black and white combination - always a classy choice!

Unknown said...

Oh WOW! And yours IS elegant and classy, I think the same with black and white creations! Loving the texture and design on this beauty! The wreath, the bow, the celebration....everything is fantastic! Oh and why were you up at 3 a.m. commenting??? Yikes! lol Happy Anniversary!

aussie aNNie said...

LOVE your card and class, elegance and sheer beauty those dies.xx{aNNie}

Vicki said...

Beautiful card, Diana! How did you get that curved edge? Love the die cut wreath. I think we are all guilty of not knowing or
"remembering" what we have in our stash!

Ros Crawford said...

This is so lovely and a perfect take on the tile board Diane! Enjoy your day ... sending cyber hugs!

Verna Angerhofer said...

So very gorgeous and a classy elegant design too!

Esther Asbury said...

What a lovely card! Black and white cards always look so elegant!
I'd like to invite you to link up to the CropStop blog where anything goes as long as you use products from companies they sell in the store. (Your Cuttlebug and Cricut supplies qualify)

Darlene said...

Just beautiful Diane! Love your design and that new embossing folder looks fabulous! You know, I've had that same thing happen (ordering dies I already have because I liked it so much) ... next time I need to look in my stash to see if it's there before pushing the SUBMIT button! LOL

Kathy Krug said...

Gorgeous card. Love the paper ribbon and embossing with the butterfly and enamel dots.

Sherrie K. said...

WOW! This is so pretty! I love the color combo and the fun embossing gives it some depth and dimension! The wreath is so pretty and then top it off with the amazing gingham pretty!
Sherrie K

Lisa said...

This is so gorgeous!! I love the design and the texture!! The gingham bow is a perfect touch!! I do love that amazing wreath!! Now I want one, too!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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Leslie Miller said...

That is funny, Diane! Yes, I think maybe you do have a few too many dies. As do I. So many, in fact, I have a basketful I haven't even used yet. For shame! But so much fun! Your wreath is so cute! I love how the black stands out against the white. Cute little polka dot butterfly and pretty paper, all topped off with a gingham bow. And not a speck of color. Fabulous!

Natalie said...

Love the monochromatic them! Wonderful textures and design elements! Thanks for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday!

Esther Asbury said...

Thanks for linking up to CropStop!

Amelia Breytenbach said...

Oh my this is so beautiful Diane! I love all those wonderful embellishments, patterns and texture on your card.