Sunday, 13 November 2016

Crazy Crafters Blog Hop with Amy Koenders



Welcome once again to a Crazy Crafters Blog Hop. This time we are CASEing (Copy And Selectively Edit) any project that has been created by Amy Koenders. When you get a chance, take a look at her amazing blog. We hope you find great inspiration from todays projects.
 
You may just be starting the blog hop here at my blog - Rosalie Desmond or may have come from the person previous to me.  Be sure to click on the person listed under me further down the page to continue your journey on this blog hop.


I just couldn't go past this awesome card. It uses Moroccan DSP (141645)  and my new favourite stamp,  Stylized Birthday stamp (141828). If you wish to read in more detail about how this lovely card was made, click here.






My stash is severely lacking gender neural cards, so I have taken this opportunity to make something that fits this criteria. This is what I was inspired to create.






I also need cards that I can use for many different occasions. Versatility often needed as when I do need a card, I do not necessarily have time to make one, right then and there. I guess this is one of the reasons I love having a stash of cards on hand. So I chose to use "enjoy your day" sentiment from the Badges & Banners Stamp Set. I did not use as many layers as Amy but I am still very happy with the outcome.






Stamp Set:      Banners & Badges (141610)
DSP:               Neutrals Designer Series Paper stack (138435)
Card stock:     Basic Black (121688)
                       Whisper White (106549)
Framelits:       Layering Circles (141705)




Thank you for stopping by I hope you enjoy the blog hop,







30 comments:

  1. I really like the colour contrast of the black and white together Rose....really makes the card pop..great card

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  2. That's an awesome gender neutral card! Love the black and white color combination and the banner is perfect! Thanks for hopping with me today!! :)

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    1. Thank you so much Amy. Your work is amazing.

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  3. Love your card Rose!! Just stunning. The black and white stripes and layers just POP! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Love your take on Amy's card! Very stylish! xx

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  5. Hi Rose-this card really speaks to me! Perfectly balanced and great for all ages and gender.

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    1. Thank you Lisa. While I do like pretty, girlie cards I do also like ones that can be used for almost anything. I'm a last minute Nelly.

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  6. I adore black and white cards for how striking the effect is. This is fantastic Rosalie, it's too the point and really grabs your attention so you get the message . Love it!

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  7. Such a striking card Rose, love it!

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  8. I absolutely love black and white cards. You've nailed it with this case. Well done!

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    1. Thanks Louise. I do love black and white cards as well. I usually add a touch of silver but this time I didn't feel that it needed it.

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  9. I love this. It's a fantastic use of just black and white to create a striking card design. I think I need to get this Badges & Banners bundle. The more I see it used, the more I want it! xx

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    1. The badges and banners stamp set, is so useful. You will love it.

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  10. Great card rose - love the black and white theme - all works so well. :)

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  11. I always love a black and white card and this is stunning.

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  12. Great CASE Rosalie :) Really love how your card pops with the Black & White.

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  13. love this card Rose, black and white is always a winner

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    1. Thank you Tamie. I love black and white.

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  14. This is a great card for teen boys. Because of black and white combo, even scallop circle looks cool.

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    1. Oh so it is Satomi. I hadn't even thought of teenage boys and they are so hard to make cards for.

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