Monday, July 7, 2014

A Card For All Challenges

Good Evening!  I am not usually one of those people who can find a million challenges to squeeze one card into, but I am going to have to make an exception for this card.  First, let me show you the card I made:

I made the mask/stencil using my Silhouette.  I found the triangle pattern and then removed some of the triangles to come up with this unique pattern.  The card turned out pretty simple, but I didn't want to take away from the background by adding a bunch of stuff.

Now here are the challenges I will be submitting the card to, and why:
 I pulled the colors from these two challenges.
 I pulled the clean and simple design, plus the black accents from this challenge.
And I used the die cut feathers for this challenge.

Like I said, I don't normally do this, so forgive me if this has gone a bit far.  I'm normally a 1-2 challenge per card kind of gal.  :)  

That's it for tonight!  I'm off to watch the weather as a wicked storm just started up!  

Until next time...

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  1. You nailed all the challenges in one gorgeous card, Cristine! Love your use of stencil and the feature die cut! Beautiful ensemble indeed! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia's View challenge!

  2. This is a gorgeous card. Love the triangles & the pop of black. You really did a nice job of combining all of the challenges!

  3. your card turned out GREAT! I hate piling on a bunch of challenges, too, but you sure made it work. Sometimes it just works out that way. love the triangles and the feathers. Thanks for playing with us at Curtain Call.

  4. Very pretty card!! I'm in love with the colors, beautiful card!! Thank you so much for playing along on The Cutting Edge Challenge

  5. Such a pretty card!
    Thanks for joining us at Curtain Call!

  6. Those ink-blended triangles are divine! Love how they steal the show! Thanks so much for playing to find a Cure For The Monday Blues!

  7. I love the background you created.


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