Thursday, July 23, 2015

Pink Zebra

The challenge at Uniko Sudio is to use black, white and a splash of color.  I really liked that challenge and wanted to be sure to play along.  I knew I wanted to create a cut out on the left side of the card with an inset of patterned paper. I wanted something a bit more interesting than a rectangle.  I fished through my drafting supplies and pulled out my s-curve and the wave cut was born.  I sponged a little pink on the zebra print for that splash of color.  I considered raising the white panels with dimensionals but decided against that to keep it very clean.  I heat embossed the sentiment and then studied the card for a very long time.  I wanted something in lower left of the card.  I considered a small pink element or black rhinestones in a splatter or even in a row.  In the end, I chose to stick to my clean guns and left the corner blank so the pink zebra wave would be the star of the show.  So the result is a very simple card.


Uniko Challenge #23


Happy Stamping,
Dana

10 comments:

  1. Simply stunning! I love this Dana !

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    1. Thank you Hannelie! I always appreciate that you stop in to take a look and your sweet comments.

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  2. So sophisticated and trendy, love it! Thanks for joining in with the Uniko challenge.

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    1. Thanks Jane! It is a super fun challenge.
      P.S. I didn't know I was sophisticated or trendy - THANKS!! :)

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  3. Love it!!! Stunning simplicity with just a pop of color! Lets the zebra print rock the show! Like how you snuggled the sentiment into the inside curve of the cut! Great card :)

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    1. Thank you Geri! Your encouragement and kind words mean so much. So glad you like the card!

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  4. Love the movement of your CAS card and I am super happy that you have joined in on the Uniko Challenge too :) Hugs Bev x

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    1. Thanks so much Bev! It is a fun challenge.

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  5. Stunning! I love the touch of pink on the zebra pattern and the soft curve layout is lovely. Thanks so much for playing along with our Uniko Challenge. Deborah xx

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    1. Thank you Deborah! It was a fun card to make.

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