Sunday, August 11, 2019

Paper Players Color Challenge

Good Sunday everyone! It's color week at the Paper Players Challenge and Jaydee is asking us to use black and white with one other color.  I went to my small drawer of washi tape and went with the four rolls you see in the photo. I covered a white cardstock  panel (4"x 5 1/4") then adhered it to a white A2 size card base. 

STAMPS: Simple Strips Background (Taylored Expressions).
PAPER: White, True Black (Papertrey Ink).
INK: Memento Tuxedo Black.
DIES: Simple Strips Background (Taylored Expressions); Square Peek/Boo Window (My Favorite Things); Floral and Flutter dies (Concord and 9th).

For more inspiration from the rest of the talented design team, please check out their creations HERE Hope to see you in the gallery! Have a blessed day!                         ~Wanda   


Jaydee said...

Wanda, all those washi tapes look fabulous together. The bold stripes are stunning. thanks for rocking my challenge this week

laurie said...

What a sharp card...just pops!

A.Rose said...

Very pretty card with a great color combo!

Ann Schach said...

Oh my gosh, Wanda! I love how you used Washi Tape! The pop of color is gorgeous when paired with the black and white. The butterfly is a great accent!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

I have so much washi tape I never know what to with it Wanda and this card is stunning and such a clever way to showcase it - so I'm definitely going to CASE! I love the colour combo and the butterfly adds a great focal point. A great card!

Windy Ellard said...

You are a washi tape expert! Love the colors together and the butterfly die! Sweet card!

Claire Broadwater said...

Wanda, what a fabulous way to use washi tape! I never think to do this. I love the background you created and the turquoise with the black and white is fabulous! Your butterfly is so delicate! Love this beautiful card! Have a great week, My Friend! XX

Anne Marie Hile said...

Wanda, I love everything about your card! Such a fun way to showcase the washi tape, too. I've acquired quite a "collection" of it myself and you have inspired me to finally use it. Just an all around fabulous card!