Black and White plus 1 colour.

Today the designers at Penny Black have b&w cards to share, each with a different accent colour. I chose this lovely silhouette stamp, Hillflowers, and masked a narrow mask with post-it notes around the edge of my white panel. I then sponged a gradation background with Memento Lilac Posies ink. The daisies were added before the masks were removed and then panel was popped up to add a little something to a very clean and simple card.

Thanks for dropping by.


Stamps: Hillflowers 3938K, Happy Birthday 3171C(PB)
Ink: Memento Lilac Posies, Versafine Onyx Black(Tsukineko)

12 Comments on “Black and White plus 1 colour.”

  1. Gery says:

    Heather, you make every card so unique.
    The Lilac Posies and the black Hillflowers are a perfect combination and they are also a beautiful contrast.
    Groetjes Gery

  2. chrissieann says:

    Simply wonderful Heather!
    This is SO my kind of card!

  3. Marja says:

    Again so lovely and beautiful.
    hugs Marja

  4. Elaine says:

    Love the purple with the black – would make a nice sympathy card!!

  5. maureenchandler says:

    Beautiful – I love it!!!

  6. Jan Castle says:

    Beautiful card Heather….as always. I soooooo admire your creativity!
    Paper Hugs,

  7. Patricia cleminson says:

    Heather your cards always give me a sense of peach and tranquility. Thanks for so much inspiration

  8. Lindsey says:

    So pretty! The gradient background is perfect. (Is gradient the word I want? You know what I mean… 😉 )

  9. you rock Heather!!! LOVE it…fab card.

  10. Jocelyn K says:

    Absolutely beautiful – your sponging is divine – and you have created such a peaceful scene.

  11. Lynette says:

    So simple and divine! Thanks for all your inspiration!

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