Monday 27 April 2015


Had to do another. No way I could stop on one with that wonderful colour combination. So I hope its okay to enter more than once. Here's my next one.

Softer yellows but still yellow, black and white. Did this card by using versemark ink then white embossing on vellum. The stamp is a Hero Art and one of my favourites. Used copics on the reverse side to introduce yellow. You can't see in the photo but the yellows are three different colours and the palest covers the whole petals.

Cut the panel with my rectangle stitches die but only cut part way then turned the piece around and cut the rest as it was smaller than the length of the die. Cut the next piece of yellow cardstock with the next rectangle up but since the top one was smaller I tilted slightly so it would work better.

Added a couple of black acrylic gems and a die cut 'congrats'. Added Glossy Accente to the die cut to give nice dimension.

Very happy with this card too.

Would like to enter this in the Challenge Color Throwdown  339 Yellow, Black and White.

Found another Challenge to enter in Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog 'Clean and Simple' hope it qualifies. Certainly was easy. New to this so not sure if it fits the challenge but can't hurt to try.

Thank you for visiting.


Renata said...

Lepa voščilnica.

Renata said...

Lepa voščilnica.

Monika/Buzsy said...

Beautiful card Aileen. Love the flowers you used the coloring. The black die-cut word looks great. Thank you for your playing along with us at The Color Throwdown.

Joan Ervin said...

This is sooo pretty and the colored flowers in the background and the black diecut sentiment really pops!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!!

Jingle said...

This is very pretty. I really like the pale yellow! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

lostinpaper said...

The yellow is oh so pretty Aileen, the angled panels really give it that WOW factor, the design looks fantastic!