Friday, January 13, 2012

Thinking of you

Card: basic black, cherry cobbler, whisper white
Ink: cherry cobbler
Stamp set: just believe, so happy for you

Accessories: brayer, rhinestones

As I was walking home from work today, I decided I wanted to make a card with red and black, and where I sliced the main artwork into squares for a moasic, "window" look. Well, this didn't take too long to put together, and I'm really chuffed with the results!

Over at Stampin' Up! Only Challenges, their current challenge is to pick a technique that you don't use very often, or haven't used at all, and this is one I haven't used before... It may not be a technique as such, but the thought of slicing up your art work just freaks me out! But I've done it here, and I think it looks stunning :-) Perfect for a sympathy or "get well' card.


  1. This is gorgeous Anna! And, it's something that I've been wanting to do for ages too. Thanks for the inspiration :)

  2. This looks fab - I agree I haven't taken that step yet to cut up an image!

  3. Your artwork IS stunning! I love this technique, and I'm so glad that you shared this sample with the SUO Challenges Design Team. Thanks!

  4. Oh my...I LOVE the black/white/red combo and love how your did the window panes...DELIGHFUL!!! Thanks for joining us for the SUO challenge!

  5. I really like this on the black background - very striking! Thanks for playing with us.

  6. Gorgeous Anna - I love these colours together

  7. I just love window cards and this is amazing! Fantastic colors! So glad you joined us at SUO Challenges!


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