Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Cheating with black and white

Morning all on this not so wonderful but wet day where I am anyway, but guess the garden and pond could do with topping up, the pond level keeps dropping and I can't find a leak in the stream so I have to presume it's just evaporation, but hopefully the rain will top it up.

Onto crafty things, a black and white card, but I cheated a little as I used moonglow embossing powder midnight violet obsidian. It means it looks black until you catch just the right angle then it reflects purple, clever or what , I love these it's like extra magic.

I used a 1920's stamp set that I got from the stamp man a few years ago although I have since seen some of the images used by Debbie Moore as different sized stamps and Kanban made into card toppers. I made a background with the smaller stamps and embossed my lady. I decided her bottom didn't look big enough so I emphasised it with a big bow!

The layout is fab like clean lines, and is by sweet stapin.

The challenges I would like to enter this card into are;-

The stampman -take 2 colour
Sweet Stampin-layout design
Really Reasonable Ribbons- black and white
Allsorts-dressing up

10 comments:

Fleur said...

Great card, perfect image
Thanks for joining my challenge at ALLSORTS this week,
Hugz Fleur xXx

Monika Reeck said...

Lovely Images and nice black n white card....love your simple sketch too...I am joining the really reasonable ribbons ramblings challenge too, my card is number 30, would you mind to see my Blog?Many thanks before, hugs, Monika

Rosie said...

Wow, this is a wonderful black creation

Jodi said...

Great black and white card!! The ribbon is a great addition!
Hugs
Jodi =)

Grenouille Greetings said...

Wow - that embossing powder is so cool. I love how the card looks black and white when viewed from the front and then changes. Thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin this week. Warmest wishes, Lesley

Neeti said...

Hi Julye, gorgeous card you have created. love your image and the colors. And the embossing powder is really a magic ;).
btw thanks for visiting Blackleaf Studio and leaving your love.
Hugs, Neeti

Bonnie - Really Reasonable Ribbon said...

Wonderful card! Thanks so much for joining our Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge.

Carrie said...

Great take on the sketch!!
Love the colours!!

Thanks for playing at sweet stamping xx

Michelle said...

A fabulous card for this weeks Tuesday Taggers Challenge Julye, so elegant!
x Michelle

Vixykins said...

Very classy card! Beautifully designed x

Thank You for playing The Stampman challenges, be sure to check out our new challenge starting soon x