Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Kristina's Color Challenge #53

Happy Wednesday! I finally got a chance to play along with Kristina's Color Challenge this week. Whew - this was a challenge. I usually use some type of pink in my cards! LOL

Anyway, earlier this week I posted a card where I created a chevron pattern. I loved it and wanted to try it in black & white. I made my patterned paper and then punched it out into circles. The yellow seemed overwhelming in large pieces, so I kept it under control with a small bordering circle. I also used my Scor-Pal to create a grid in the background (actually this was to cover up a crease that was in my paper - shhhhh!) and I really like the result.
Overall, I am pleased with how this turned out - a little different from my usual style - more graphic or something - but definitely fun.

Thanks for dropping by!

Supplies Used:
Card stock: PTI Stampers Select White, True Black; SU! Pacific Point, YoYo Yellow
Stamps: PTI Faux Ribbon
Ink: Palette Noir Black
Accessories: American Crafts letter stickers; PTI Pure Poppy saddle stitch ribbon
Other: Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, 1-3/8 and 1-1/2 circle punches, paper trimmer, scissors

1 comment:

  1. I love faux tilling!! I agree this is quite "arty" but it really gets you!! I love the cirles and then the twist with the zebra lines and the bold white HI!! Well done
    Smiles Sharnee :0)

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