Sunday, August 28, 2011

Putting On The Ritz

Thought I would try a new challenge at Fashionable Stamping Challenges. They are new on the block and just in their third challenge.
Which happens to be Ribbon Or Lace, now doesn’t this sound fun?

So Ladies will Black Lace work?

Here’s my entire called Putting On The Ritz, stamps are from Onyx Expressions (Lady) and Arts Impressions (Sky Line). Background paper from Tim Holtz’s.
Thanks for stopping in and do pop over to Fashionable Stamping Challenges and jion us,

Stampin' Hugs Vada


Terry said...

Vada!! Yes, black lace will work and is gorgeous! Love the stamping and your very fashionable lady! Thank you so much for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges and of course for the plug! Hugs my friend!

JeanFB said...

What a fun card! It reminds me of Times Square - love the colors.

Christine said...

Great card. I really like the composition and the colours.

Vicki - Paper Squirrel said...

Great use of primary colors! The addition of the black really tones them down and makes them more "grown up".

Lynne Moncrieff said...

VADA!!!! Sorry I need to shout that out as this is astonishing. You truly captured the elegance and decadence of this era. Oh boy this is stunning.
Thank You so much for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenge.

Robin said...

WOW! What a magnificent card - so Fashionable!

Cindy-Up In Northern Michigan said...

Great! Love the colorful background with the black lace.

Claire said...

Wow, love it! Gorgeous colours and I love the way you've used the lace. Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges and good luck
Claire xx

Fliss said...

Vada, this is absolutely stunning!!! It really caught my eye and the combination of the bold colours with the black lace looks so striking.
Thanks for joining in with FSC Ribbon and Lace challenge and good luck.
Fliss x

Lynn Stevens said...

So fun and colorful, I LOVE it!
hugs Lynn

Kim said...

I love the colors you used in this piece. It is beautiful. I knew when I first saw it, it was a winner!