Thursday, 18 June 2015

Seize The Birthday - Nothing But Neutrals


It's time for another challenge at Seize The Birthday, and this time the toppings theme is Nothing But Neutrals.


My card uses one of my newly acquired stamp sets, Runway by Tim Holtz, which I've been umming and aaahing over for ages.  I stamped the girl in Versafine Onyx Black and sloshed Tea Dye Distress Ink on her, adding some splatters.  The wording down the righthand side is from my own set, The Bee's Knees CityGirl, and the "birthday girl" sentiment is from Party Time, one of the new sets being launched for STAMPlorations Birthday celebrations - mark your calendars for the birthday blog hop 29 June to 3 July.

So, break out your neutral colours and join us over at Seize The Birthday!


16 comments:

  1. Very chic card. Love the image. Great job with the neutral colors.

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  2. Ooo - la - la! Tres magnifique! Who knew neutrals could pack such a pop?!

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  3. Stunner! the Paris Milan panel goes perfectly well with this chic lady!

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  4. Well her and City Girl could do LUNCH DARLING (kiss, kiss) ;) -- She's very cool and goes well with the neutrals

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  5. Stunning. She looks like she's just walked off the runway. Love your Citygirl word stamp too. This is tres chic! Love it! Bev

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  6. Beautiful card....love that stamp set! Perfect choice for neutrals!

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  7. That's pretty cool - another chic girl!

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  8. Glad you took the plunge and bought that stamp set as your card is fabulous, Jo x

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  9. Love love love your card

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  10. Wow! Love how you used this color challenge!!!

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  11. I don't think there is anything classier than an all neutral card, Shirley! Your stamp set works perfectly with that fashionista from Tim! Fabulous!!!

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  12. Haute couture in a card! :) xx

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  13. I think you did an incredible job with the neutrals Shirley!!

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  14. Stylish, chic and elegant, Shirley ... oh, and absolutely fabulous, daaarling!!! Anita :)

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  15. Absolutely lovely! Love the splatter.

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