Monday, January 28, 2013

Black and White challenge

Hi friends!  Today I am playing along with Papertrey Ink's Black and White Challenge.

The challenge was to use only black and white while using at least one Papertrey Ink product.  I am in love with their word dies.  So very easy to put a quick card together with these dies.  I used their Counting my blessings die.  This card is for all of my lovely blog readers!  :)

Thank you for visiting and have a great day!

Cardstock:  Basic Black, whisper white, Night & Day DSP (retired SU!)
Ink:  Memento Black
Stamps:  One of a Kind (SU!)
Accessories:  Black ribbon, Counting my Blessings die (PTI), rhinestone


  1. Simply beautiful and quite elegant and stunning in its simplicity!

  2. Very clean and simple. I like the color play on the word thankful

  3. a very nice card; thank you for sharing the P.T link; your blog is wonderful!

  4. This is very CASlicious, Kristie! Love it!

    (Could you put your titles (I think they might be called headlines?) on your profile page? When I click on your name in my email or comments, it takes me to your profile page, and I can't get to your blog from there. I have to go out to Google and do a search and those are extra steps people don't always take the time to do. Thank you, sweetie!

    [Let me know if you have no idea what I'm talking about. I have a blog friend who just changed hers, so she can help you with it, if you want to change it.])

  5. Your PTI cards are totally stunning, Kristie! Over-the-top, drop dead, gorgeous!! I mean that! You da woman! ;D
    Hugs, Sharon

  6. This is my kind of card.... CAS, bold and striking! Great way to showcase "our" fav die!! ;)))

    P.S. thanks for the sweet comments on my blog. xoxo... Yuki

  7. I'm even more thankful for you! You have such a kind heart. Now that I have been enabled I must check out that word die. ;)

  8. Super classy! Love the patterned paper you chose.

  9. What a wonderful card Kristie - I love the use of the patterned paper and the CAS design.
    Thanks for playing along at APFP.

  10. That is just beautiful. I love how the word is die cut from patterned paper and put onto the white. It makes it really pop, but in a subtle way.


  11. Clean, simple and Perfectly beautiful!


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