Oct 3, 2014

Paper Wings Productions: October Blog Hop

Hey there! Welcome to another great Paper Wings Productions blog hop! 

If you are here from {Erica's} blog you are in the right place! If you are just stopping in to say hi to me today, be sure to start {HERE} at the beginning to read the rules and get started! This months blog hop is all about the colour Black. My favourite!!

And remember ONE lucky winner will get a $25.00 gift certificate to the Paper Wings Productions online store.

For a chance to win all you need to do is:
  • Be a follower of the Paper Wings Productions blog, The Aviary
  • Visit each of the participating designer's blogs and leave a comment!
  • go back to the Paper Wings blog and leave us a comment there telling us you completed the hop.
To increase your chances of winning you can like their Facebook page and/or invite your friends to the hop. Be sure to leave a separate comment for each of your additional entries. The winner will be announced on Tuesday Oct. 7, 2014 at The Aviary!

Ok... here she is:

So, I have always loved black. Since I was a teenager. In fact until I moved to Sinapore, my entire wardrobe consisted of black, white and greys. (Of course I lived in NY, where those colours are the only ones necessary ;)

I wanted my card to be bold! I chose one stamp and the masking technique to create my card. I think when you use black and white, you don't need to be fancy. The stamping will do the work.
I started with my supplies. I chose one image from Sacred Geometry stamp set. I created 6 masks so I would have plenty to work with.

I started with making a line directly in the centre of my A2 card base. This t-square has changed my crafting. I highly recommend having one!

 I started stamping in the centre and worked my way out on the line. Then created 2 more lines of stamping using my masks to cover the circle I had stamped previously. There isn't much left to this card. You see how the intricate stamp takes control of the entire design. You really don't need much more to make it a great card.

Once I was done with three lines I thought it enough. I wanted to leave some white space above and below the stamping. I added a simple die cut sentiment and a gem and call it done!

And here is the card, one more time:

A simple card with a simple statement. Kind of like the colour black to me... simple but striking. I love it!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 
***Here is the line up in case you get lost and need to find your way:

Kristie (thats Me!)

Until next time...


Dana Tatar said...

Awesome stamping technique! I LOVE this card!

Amanda Baldwin said...

Love the card, & really loved the tutorial on how to recreate it! Thanx for sharing ur talent :)

Norma Gomez said...

Very fun, I like the way you used the stamp. Great card :D

Felicia said...

Love this card and love those stamps! Thanks for sharing! :)

Unknown said...

I love the simplicity of this card. So perfect!

Unknown said...

Wonderful Card! I pinned it for inspiration!

Marcie Sharp said...

I love this card so much! Clean and graphic- my favourite style!

CraftyPaws said...

Beautiful, graphic and so wonderfully CAS! tfs hugs, Kristina

Unknown said...

I love this stamp - totally seems like something that I would use!

Jean Bullock said...

Very cool card. I love the stamping and layout.

Heather said...

very cool card, Love the black this month!

Nikki said...

This is so kewl seems like it's moving when you look at it :)

Miriam Prantner said...

Great CAS card, love the fussy cutting!

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