Friday, 5 February 2016

Black Tie Dinner/Dance

Two cards are needed for this weekend for a Black Tie Dinner/Dance, one masculine and one feminine.

The first card is a copy of a card I made in 2013, in the days when my blog was fairly new, I hadn't discovered the blogging community and I think I was the only one looking at my blog!! My card is CASE'd from a card I saw made on YouTube - you can find out the details HERE in my previous post.  The embossing folder I used is a SU one and the buttons are black gems.

For the second card I used a Little Claire silhouette stamp.  I added tiny clear gems to the chandelier.  The embossing folder is Spellbinders 'Dainty Dots'.  A piece of ribbon and three black gems finished off my card.

I would like to enter my card for the following challenges:

22 comments:

  1. Wow, cool cards! I especially love the first one! So clever!

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  2. What a stunning pair of cards! Both very CAS and elegant, and linked not only by the text but by each having three black gems. I take it you are going to the event? If so, have a wonderful time
    Jane






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  3. Two very elegant cards - I especially like the bow tie on your first card.
    Kath x

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  4. Two fabulous cards Liz, both perfect for the occasion! I really like Little Claire's silhouette stamps, something to add to my ever growing 'need' list!
    Janice x

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  5. Wow Liz! I love both of these but the tuxedo really is a stunner! Such a clever design (I just watched the video) and perfect for either the black tie sort of events or Weddings of course. If you're going - have a wonderful time :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  6. Two more beautiful cards. The masculine one is so striking and I love the image you've used on the other one. I love the symmetry of the two cards. Cara x

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  7. Both of your cards are so elegant and beautiful!! I really love the tuxedo!! The embossing is fabulous!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  8. Two wonderful card designs Liz, great idea the tuxedo one and lovely silhouette stamp on the second card.
    Pam x

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  9. Wow these are stunning, especially the male version, so very clever.

    Kath x

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  10. They are two really beautiful cards Liz. That silhouette image is gorgeous and I really like the idea on the first. It's a simple idea that looks fantastic. Barbxx

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  11. These are so fun! And you put them together for tomorrow! Love the bow tie and the silhouette - you nailed both the male and female version!

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  12. These are wonderful!!! I especially like the tuxedo.
    You are so creative :)

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  13. Both of these are adorable, and just perfect for your special occasion. While #2 is so feminine & graceful, I am really drawn to #1. I LOVE this clever design...what a super way to portray a tuxedo! Well DONE! TFS

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  14. Your cards are fabulous Liz, and so elegant. I love the tuxedo card with the little bow tie and the black buttons... great idea! It would look fabulous as a full size card for a wedding or formal occasion.
    I love the dancing silhouette on the second card, and I love the pink and black colour scheme too.
    Well done on both Liz!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  15. Two beautiful cards Liz, I love the top one with the bow tie and the fancy shirt front, I also love the stamps you used on the second. Thanks for your visit and your kind comment you left.

    Sue xx

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  16. wow Liz these are both so classy looking. I love the silhouette card especially all that pink. Hugs Mrs A.

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  17. THese are both wonderful! I love them both equally with all of the great masculine and feminine details!

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  18. Dropping by seeing your card featured by Di ....I loved the suit card idea
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  19. Lovely and elegant cards Liz! Love that there is a his and hers version.

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  20. They are so elegant Liz!

    Love and hugs
    Maarit

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