Sunday, June 28, 2009

Positive and Negative

Heeelloooooo Everyone!
Happy Beautiful Sunday, It is a gorgeous day here in Mt Juliet, TN! I had lots of playing time in the craft room this weekend (wooohoooo). LOVE weekends like that. Had time to shop AND play. what more can a girl ask for? Just in case you were wondering dh is STILL working on the kitchen floor! What turned into a 2 day project ended up being a 2 week project. Oh well we are ALMOST done. With running into problems and having to work full time, the project just drew out. Anyway,I hope you like the cards I am sharing today. I was playing with the cricut (again!)
and noticed i really liked the image left over after I cut out the original design I wanted sooo, I made two cards for the price of one! Thank you so much for your visit I LOVE company!
Cheers!
*Julie*
Recipe:
Cardstock: PTI, Smokey Grey, Black and Rustic White
Ink: Momentum, Tuxedo Black
Stamps: Damask (sentiment on card one)
Brads: The paper studio both black and the pearl
Ribbon: Offray




9 comments:

Sara said...

Very pretty, I see why you like the one after you cut, it's my fave.

Becky said...

This is lovely

Charlene Austin said...

Oh My~~~the negative image is Gorgeous!!!!!!! That would have been such a shame to discard.

Cindy said...

Very clever (and resourceful) to use both pieces of the diecut. Both cards are beautiful. A beautiful negative is a terrible thing to waste. The black and white is so classic and elegant also.

Karen said...

Hi Julie! Your positive and negative cards ROCK! I do think that negative space image is just stunning!!

Here's to hoping your floors are done soon. It must be saving quite a bit for your husband to do them though. Look....you're both resourceful! :> I'm working on getting wall paper off of textured, un-primed bathroom walls....been working on it for awhile. Hopefully, I'll be able to paint soon! I'll bet you'll be happy to see your floors pretty and completed. :>

Gina said...

Julie that is very pretty and what a great idea. Love it girl!

specialcraftmom4 said...

I LOVE how you used both the positive and negative die cuts!!!! They are very elegant (:

Karen from PA said...

These are fabulous!

Scrubbysue said...

This is the coolest card julie! I love it!!