Friday, February 8, 2013

FM96 It's About Time

What's black and white and read all over?  That's a question that popped into my head while thinking about this week's Friday Mashup challenge.  And what's it got to do with time?  Well, I thought since we were challenged to use black, I would go back in time and make a black and white card.

Source
So here is the "Mashup" Challenge:
1. Make a project with a "Time Theme".
2. Or Make a project using the "Color Black".
3. Or "Mash it Up" and create a project with a " Time theme using the color Black".


Of course I had to add some Newsprint DSP to my card.  The B&W photo focal point was created by brayering with Basic Gray ink.  The umbrella was paper-pieced, and the watches were stamped on a spare piece of faux mother of pearl card stock I had in the scrap pile.

Stamps: Rue Des Fleurs, Loving Thoughts; Paper: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Newsprint DSP; Ink: Basic Gray, Basic Black, Black Stazon, Basic Gray marker, Basic Black marker; Accessories: Pearl Jewels, Dotted Scallop Ribbon border punch, Color Spritzer Tool, Aquapainter, Brayer, Lacy Brocade EF, Big Shot, Dimensionals.

Thanks for stopping by!

6 comments:

Jamie Martin said...

This is so pretty, great job on the challenge!

Tara (Murphy) Bourgoin said...

wow, wow, wow!! Heidi, the details in this are just amazing. All those paper-pieced parts are just gorgeous. What a fabulous take on the challenge this week.

Amy White said...

Wonderful card Heidi! Those little dangling clocks are just perfect for this challenge and I love the black/white/vanilla colour combo!

Lili said...

Perfect image for this challenge Heidi! Love the embossed background , and the doily and pearls are a great addition.
Hugs ;)

Lisa said...

Wow, that umbrella as a faux photo is just stunning, I really love how you did that! You are so creative!

Amanda Corbet said...

This is so soft and pretty with a lovely vintage feel to it. Your watch parasol is so beautiful and the lake peeking out behind the greeting is a lovely touch.