Shades of Grey is the new monthly challenge over at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog! I've always loved a black and white combo so this one wasn't too hard for me. I made a matching envelope for my card with my Envelope Punch Board.
To start I used an Anna Griffin die to cut a black and a white layer. Then I cut the white layer in two down the middle and glued it off-center to the back of the black one. It makes for a nice highlight. I used another die to cut a hole in the white card layer and put foam tape behind it.
This picture shows the window. The die cut is glued flat and the sentiment layer has foam tape behind it. This sentiment is my absolute favorite quote from many years ago. When I asked Mary of Serendipity Stamps to make it into a stamp, she did! And, the font is just right.
My finished card is 5 x 6 3/4.
Want to play along? Just create a project using a Serendipity Stamps image or die by May 5 for a chance to win a $20 discount code towards your next purchase. A winner will be chosen at random. Make sure you use black, white and grey only. More details can be found here.
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Check out what the rest of the Design Team created:
- Stamps: Serendipity Stamps - We Don't See Things 1262E
- Dies: Spellbinders - Curvy Rectangles, Anna Griffin - Flourish Medallion
- Ink: Versafine - Smokey Grey
- Paper: Authentique - Classique Elegant 12 x 12, Neenah - black linen card stock
- Other: Recollections - Pearl Strip, Anna Griffin butterfly, Mini Perfect Layers