Happy Friday Stampers ~ this Black and White Checked Remarkable You uses a favorite paper of mine!
Today I will be doing a lot or organizing but will take some time to reward myself in my craft room. I have a lot to get done but I know I stay motivated when I have a little play time. I still need to make some cards for my blog and I also need to make my video for Sunday. Guess I have my craft plan for the day!
I loved, loved, loved the black and white checked paper from the Holiday catalog. I was so sad to see it go. That’s okay as we have this fabulous paper in the Occasions catalog. If you love black and white paper like I do, let me show you how to use that paper to create great cards! Check out the class here.
I am slowly working through my images I colored previously and today’s card uses another one. I had a little of the black and white paper from the Holiday catalog left. I decided I would use it with one of my colored images. I had colored the image with Calypso Coral watercolor pencil so I chose that color for my card base. I added a piece of the black and white checked paper. I cut out my image and attached dimensionals to the back. To add some interest, I took a 1″ strip of Calypso Coral and using my scoring board I scored it every 1/8″. I scored each line 3 or 4 times so they would really show up. I mounted the strip onto a piece of Whisper White that was 1 1/4″ wider with the embossed lines up. This strip was then mounted onto a piece of Basic Black that was 1 1/2″ wide. I attached these strips to the lower half of the card base. My flower was then added to the card base. Because I love my bling, I added some rhinestones scattered around the background and a strip along the lower left hand of the embossed piece. Check out my Black and White Checked Remarkable You card below!
inside of card and envelope
Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation
Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you today. What plans do you have for the weekend? I will be organizing and playing. Have a Fabulous Friday and why don’t you try your own version of Black and White Checked Remarkable You.