Time for another Merry Monday Challenge.
This week Karren challenges us to create a card with newsprint on it.
I used some newsprint DSP by Stampin' Up! for my card and Papertrey Ink dies and stamps. I kept my card pretty simple to let the newsprint take center stage.
Make sure you check out the other DT members cards over at the Merry Monday challenge blog. I hope you will join us!
Thank you for visiting and have a great day!
Stamps: Sparkle & Shine: Holiday Additions
Ink: Versafine black
Paper: Black, Vanilla, First Addition DSP (SU)
Accessories: Side stitched rectangles (Lil Inker), Sparkle & Shine word dies (PTI)
Love the newsprint. Fabulous Kristie!ReplyDelete
Another fabulous card! I love that you used the newsprint for the sentiment, and that everything is "highlighted" by just offsetting the elements. Great card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! You are the Queen of awesome cards!!!!ReplyDelete
What a fabulous take on the inspiration photo Kristie!!! I just love the DP and am kicking myself for not getting some of it. It sure looks good on your card! Hugs, BrendaReplyDelete
I love how you did the sentiment and did the shine out of the newsprint! A classy card, my friend! Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Imagine just some newsprint DSP and a solid color of card stock and you made a great card! Love it! :)ReplyDelete
Wow, what a wonderful use of newsprint - fabulous card Kristie.ReplyDelete
I totally love how you've made the sentiment die-cut! Fabulous card and it really showcases newsprint.ReplyDelete
Adore your 'shadow' theme that you have created...the sentiment, the center panel and the base! Perfect wee bits of bling!ReplyDelete
wow c'est superbe comme tu as interprété ce challenge, bizReplyDelete
Stunning, it´s beautiful !ReplyDelete
Totallly fabulous, Kristie! Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Kristie, such a terrific idea to cut newsprint with the word die - love it! Hope you have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Love the newsprint word--great card, Kristie!ReplyDelete
Fantastic card, I love this design.ReplyDelete
I love how you made the sentiment pop on your awesome card Kristie. Hope your week is fabulous.ReplyDelete