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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Black and bling all over...........

The glitter addiction seems to be still going strong. This one is black but has black Spica pen glitter on the petals of the flower. The photo doesn't show it much because it is subtle. I really like black but this is a lot of black even for me. I did another "Bring on the Bling" class last Friday for the Silver Spring Stampers (that makes three in a row)and used some of the same cards I've already posted. I did do one new one and I will post that tomorrow. I still need to photograph that one. I think I am starting to get over the glitter stage now, at least for the time being. I am not promising anything!



Supplies: Stamp: Penny Black, Cardstock Stampin' Up! Shimmery white, Basic Black, and Real Red. Accessories: Big Shot, Cuttlebug embossing folder, and black and white checked ribbon.

8 comments:

Naomi said...

This is SO pretty! The black and white with just a pop of red is perfect!

Louise Forsyth said...

This is so PRETTY! I love the black and white with the little bit of red and what a fantastic design.

Traci said...

Great card! I love the black and white! It makes the card look so elegant especially with that embossed background.

gale said...

Oh that's beautiful. So elegant.

The Mama Monkey said...

Love the colors on this one with the bling and the embossing...it is just beautiful!

scubasubie said...

I love the B&W with just a hint of red. VEry elegant and classy!

Kim Jensen said...

Lovely, Cathy! Striking and elegant!

Jenn Embry said...

Can you ever get over the glitter phase? I have tons of glitter and just love the sparkle that it adds to my projects. I love this card. It is simple but beautiful. The black isn't overpowering at all and I love that little pop of red.