(2013 c46) Black, White & Magenta

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAToday’s card is for Our Daily Bread – ODBDSLC153: SPRING word challenge (use 4 letters from the word SPRING)  I used S  for Spellbinders Nestabilities Ovals Lacy, P for pink pearls, R for roses (black roses) and G for Grand Spellbinders Nestabilities Ovals Scalloped.  I also added lace behind the black roses, I stamped with the stampset from Mark’s Finest Papers a Heinrichs Co. called In My Den embossed with black EP using Versamark Ink and then added Magenta pearls on right upper scallop and lower left scallop.

Other Challenges Entered:

ThePlayDateCafe:  Splash of  Color (Magenta)

MilkCoffieChallenge:  Lace & Pearls

SimonSays:  Happy Mail – Just Because

ThroughTheCraftRoomDoor:  Anything Goes

Our Daily Bread:ODBDSLC15 –  SPRING word challenge

PaperPlayTime:  Ch #9 Emboss (dry or wet)

RibbonCarouselBlog:  RCC81 – Celebrations (This card is for my coworker’s RETIREMENT!)

TotallyPaperCraftsCh #165 – Don’t Be Square – Shaped Card


  1. This is fabulous! The pink and black are so dramatic and really pop off of one another! So elegant. 🙂 Thank you for joining us in the “Happy Mail” challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge blog!

  2. anne jang

    Beautiful! Love the wet embossing!! Thanks for playing along with Paper Playtime this week!

  3. gorgeous! the layered scallops are lovely… and what a nice sentiment, we all could use it sometimes! Thanks for joining us in the Play Date Cafe!
    -Rachel w k

  4. Love the pretty colors, papers & die cuts you used on your design! Thank you for sharing this with us at TTCRD. Hope to see you again soon! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

  5. cathy(Kraftykoolkat)

    This is a stunner. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation with us at Totally Papercrafts.

    Cathy DT

  6. What beautiful colors and layers!! I just love the embossing and the dramatic contrast of the colors. Thanks for joining ODBD this week!!

  7. This is a gorgeous shaped card! Thank you for sharing with TTCRD this week.

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