Friday, October 9, 2009

Paper Cutz Challenge # 12

Good morning everyone!

It's time for Paper Cutz Challenge # 12. This week's challenge is to make a card, LO or craft project using only the colors red, black and white. Easy peasy, guys! You've gotta try this one. Just leave your name and a link to your creation in Mr Linky by midnight EST, Thursday, October 15th. The design team has some great inspiration for you, so be sure to check it out HERE.

Here's my take on the red, black and white challenge. I used Bazzill cs for my simple skater silhouette card and I ran the red cs through my new Cuttlebug, using the swirls folder. The ribbon and rhinestones are from my stash. The skater was cut from Cricut cart Winter Woodland. I think the color combo makes the card look very elegant. Here's a video of my card, and I thank you so much for watching!

Have a great day everyone and don't forget to enter PCC # 12! Now head on over and check it out!


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Blogger Sheila said...

What a great card, Mary. I noticed we used the same embossing folder. We must really be on the same wave lenght because the card I'm working on for the next Sewn Together challenge is basically the same sketch. Brillant minds think alike. lol

October 9, 2009 at 4:28 PM  
Blogger Janis said...

Mary! It's so so so elegant indeed! Beautiful! I miss you too. I'm slowly taking time to visit everyone's blogs trying to get caught up on what I've missed. I'm using Tom's computer now (we are sharing) so I don't have all my email addresses for friends anymore. Please email me (same address) so I will have your email again. Thanks!

October 9, 2009 at 5:52 PM  
Blogger sophiesmama said...

Thanks Sheila! You are so right about our brillant minds!! Lol!

October 9, 2009 at 6:07 PM  
Blogger Precious Thoughts said...

This is my kinda card Mary, it's gorgeous!

October 12, 2009 at 3:07 PM  
Blogger sophiesmama said...

Thank you so much Janis and Michelle! That is a fun cartridge!

October 12, 2009 at 3:26 PM  

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