Tuesday, February 23, 2016

City Crafter 300

Hello! 
Happy Tuesday to you ... Lovely to have you visiting me today
There's a new challenge over at City Crafter and it's challenge 300! Heck, I can hardly believe we done so many challenges! 

This week it's the turn of my dear friend Stella to host for us and her theme is  Polka Dots


A simple challenge ... Just add Polka Dots to your project or card
 

I know you've seen this style of card from me before ... I love that cityscape and it's great for a male birthday card... which this was. In this case I layered up the cityscape both in black and some CS that I painted and splattered


I love the look of the b/w polka dots along with the striped paper


For the 4th week running we have the lovely Andie Miller Guesting with us ... Click the link on her name to go visit her blog
We'd love it if you popped on over to the City Crafter Blog too and see what our team have created ... maybe you'll be inspired to join us this week?

I hope you have a wonderful day ... Be safe

~ Ros ~

 
 

17 comments:

Greta said...

Modern, beautiful & perfect BD card for a guy! You're such a talented designer, Ros--always love seeing what you come up with!

Diane said...

Oh my, I love, love this. and how clever to offset the two dies!! I need to get this die out and have some fun with it! I will try to get an email out to you this week, I have been on the road again with my Mom, and today is another long day at radiation and with DR's...ugh!

Pamellia Johnson said...

Beautiful Ros. Love the layering and the contrast! hugs :)

Davi said...

Awesome card Ros!! I love love that city scape and with the dots looks super! You use it in such a wonderful variety of ways, it always make a fabulous card :)

Mac Mable said...

Yes loving the spots with the stripes too and also that layering of the die, very creative with the black and the painted one. Thank you for the inspiration and congratulations on the 300th challenge x

Maria said...

Love the cityscape scene, Ros! Super with the polka dots and stripes, too! It's a wonderful masculine card!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

I sure love this one!

Stella said...

Multiple use of that cityscape die; great idea! I love the addition of color and splatters. It adds a touch of art that I often see on your cards. And I love it. You are right about the combo of b/w polka dots and stripes; a modern twist that I love too. Gorgeous card!
Have a great eveing!
Love,
Stella
XXX

baileyrosy.com said...

A fabulous card , loving the spots and stripes together with the painted and splattered skyline. You have a gift for placement that makes each card so individual, dynamic and a work of art.

Marie

Lisette Baker said...

This is totally wonderful Ros. The cityscape and polka dots are just great together and the star is fabulous touch. Happy memories of NYC *sigh*

Andie Miller said...

Wow! This card design is so stellar. You're absolutely right, the strips and the polka dots simply make this card, but the cityscape in those colors! It all is such a clear inspiration from the prompt, but wholly yours by design. Fantastic! Thank you ever so much for letting me have the pleasure of joining your blog as a guest designer. I was thrilled to be asked and have found the time joy filled.

Marina said...

The layering is fantastic and I love how you have splattered and yet kept the effect bold and clean.

Linda Breedlove said...

I LOVE this cityscape and with the black and white polka dots it's amazing! This is a GREAT card, Ros... love it!!!

Sylvia said...

Love that cityscape die, Ros, your card is stunning!

Lorraine said...

What a great male BD card. I love the way you've layered your die cuts.

Barbara said...

It's a beautiful masculine card - but not masculine only I suppose as I love it!

Tracy said...

I bought a cityscape die (mainly because of you, enabler LOL) but haven't used it yet. I really like the way you have layered it and the fun visual effect of the black and white polka dots and stripes. A real eye catcher! :-)

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