St. Luke's Charity Card Challenge– Black, White and one other colour, here is my 4th ladies, thanks so much for such an interesting challenge. I had a few suggestions in my comments for various colours, someone mentioned lime green, couldn’t quite make it lime but I did go for green. I think this card, again would be suitable for a male, I do try when making cards for charities to include men’s cards for I know there are less of them made than cards more suitable for the females. This card is mostly made by matting and layering the required colours, the main focus is the centre small piece of card. I used two stamps from Elusive Images Eastern Grasses, firstly I heat embossed with clear EP, a few stamped images, to achieve a resist effect when I covered the piece of card with Bundled Sage Distress Ink. I then stamped the same images directly with the Bundled Sage and again with black. I added a few black gems to add a little bling. The Happy Birthday stamp is from Do Crafts. Wonder what the ladies have in store for us next month? I will be posting to you 8 cards on Monday.
N.B. I am thrilled to add this card was chosen to be in the July Top 4, which won me a badge, which is now in myside bar. Many thanks to the ladies at St. Luke's.