Tuesday 7 April 2015

Negative Image

Another black and white birthday card today.  Usually I use this Die-namites 'Birds on a Branch'  die in black as a silhouette. I thought I'd see what it looked like in white backed on black instead and I really liked the result.
I've embossed the black backing card, although it doesn't show up very well in the photo.  The corners are punched with a butterfly punch which I bought many years ago.

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


  1. Gorgeous B&W card, Liz! So elegant! And I see you are also joining the Butterfly Challenge - thank you! Your punched butterfly corners are perfect for our C for Corners theme!

    KT Fit Kitty
    Guest Designer
    Butterfly Challenge #27

  2. Wow Liz - you're so right - the white silhouette is absolutely stunning on the black background! LOVE this card.


    Di xx

  3. I think you are enjoying this challenge Liz.
    Well done on creating another one for this week.
    Great idea and love the embossed panel - looks fab
    Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

    1. There is something about black and white cards I just love. Thanks for the challenge. xx

  4. Absolutely agree with Kitty and Di. It really does look stunning black on white.
    I love that little corner [punch too. Thankyou for fluttering by #27. hugs Mrs A.

  5. Fabulous card, I love it.

    Kath x

  6. What a lovely framed black and white design.

    Hugs Diane

  7. I Love the result and how could we not, black and white look amazing together! Thanks for joining us at Seize the Birthday this time around , and we hope to see more of your work!

  8. This looks super Liz, the B/W is really striking!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  9. This is a fabulous card, such a good idea to use the white image on a black background.

  10. Another amazing black and white card. That butterfly corner punch is really cool. Beautiful card.


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