Thursday, February 16, 2017

Is anything every just Black and White?

Welcome to the February Stampin' Friends Blog Hop! I appreciate you hopping over today.Today's theme is Black and White with a punch of color. If you came from Kristen Gill's blog I know you were inspired. Click the previous link to return there. We are fortunate to have 3 very talented Guest hoppers today.
I know you will want to visit each of their blogs also. You can continue on the hop by clicking on the Next button at the bottom of this post.

So, ready to see my projects today? I had a really good time creating these. I used patterns I found on Splitcoast stampers and You Tube for the mechanics. 

Cucumber Crush is my accent color. Love this Inside the Lines DSP from the Saleabration Catalog. I also made use of the glassine bags as my envelope for this card. I love doing this when I know I'm going to be hand delivering the card or when a card is a little thick for a regular size envelope. I usually add more to the outside, but the card showed through nicely and already had a lot going on. Here is the card. It has a belly band to help keep it closed and opens from the bottom. I have falling in love with these Cards. Ready? TA DA!!

Yep, it's a Pop and Twist. And they are amazing. This is a birthday card for my adventurous daughter. I think she will love it.
I used the Lift me up Bundle which is so much fun to play with and the Always an Adventure bundle from the annual catalog. And, finally the balloon punch and stamps from the Birthday Adventures Bundle. Cucumber Crush is one of the In Colors that will be retiring in May.
 For my 3-D project I made a Shadow box frame. These are also easy to make and a whole lot of fun. Again, I utilized the Inside the Lines DSP and this time the Dragonfly Bundle. It's starting to sound like all of them are my favorites!
Here's a close up of the message in the corner. I hope y'all enjoyed these projects as much as I enjoyed making them. Have a geat day and be blessed! 
Please take the time to continue on the hop and visit Maria Willis blog. Just click on the next button. Thanks. And by the way all of us would love some feed back from you-so, please leave us a comment, 
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11. Cindy Slack Waldroff-Me!

17 comments:

Lynn Streifert said...

Oh Cindy- these are stunning!! I think your daughter will adore her birthday card- it is so special! I love how you paired everything inside your pop and twist card, so fun! (The glassine envelope is a great idea too!!) TFS!

Kirsteen said...

I love the twist n pop card - and your frame is lovely too!

Sandy M said...

Very cute card. I have never seen the twist n pop and your card is a wonderful way to discover how it is done

kathie rotti said...

Wonderful projects .. thanks for sharing

Melissa Thomas said...

Oh I love the frame!!! So cute! And Cucumber Crush is such a fresh!

Raquelle Clifton said...

Love all the projects! I really want to learn how to make that kind of card! Beautiful cucumber crush too!! Awesome! TFS

Cindy Waldroff said...

Thanks Lynn

Cindy Waldroff said...

Thank you Kirsten.

Cindy Waldroff said...

Thank you Sandy. It is really not difficult to make.

Twila said...

CIndy, what wonderful projects! My fav is the framed art. BUt love them both. Great work!

Stampin and Scrappin with Steph said...

Awesome!!!!! Love the green pop of color my fav!

Raquelle Clifton said...

Cindy you are the winner of my giveaway! Please email me so I can get your info! created2stamp@gmail.com !!

Stampin' Cafe by Lana said...

Both great projects! I need to try making a twist card!

Barbara Welch said...

Love your projects Cindy!

Karen Bixler said...

Great project and love it.

Card Bomb said...

Your daughter's birthday card is so fun! I'm gonna have to learn how to make those cards-too cool!
-Maria

Camera Girl said...

What intricate work. THanks