Papertrey January Blog Hop Challenge

January 25, 2013

Papertrey Ink’s January Blog Hop Challenge is challenging us to use black backgrounds to create a project.  Ever since my last black background card, I haven’t used black card bases in a long time, so I tried stamping directly to the card base for a simple one layer card.


So here is my simple one layer card.  I did some generational stamping with the white triangle stamp.

Black & White Notes

This card will also be submitted to Moxie Fab World’s Make Your Own Background Paper Challenge!

Black & White Notes – Supplies

37 Responses to “Papertrey January Blog Hop Challenge”

  1. Wendy F. Says:

    Wow! I think this one awesome card…so simple yet has that Wow! factor. Very creative. Love everything about it, the chalk board look, the torned vellum and the stitching is just the perfect way to finish it off.

  2. fantastic! as per usual. how you kept it all straight while generation stamping is even more fantastic!

  3. Taheerah Says:

    A stunning card Pamela! That stamping on black is so effective, and I love your torn vellum sentiment strip as well!!

  4. Jodi E Says:

    What a cleaver idea!!! Fantastic card.

  5. Cheryl Says:

    So pretty! I love the variegation in the white.

  6. Elena Says:

    Love it! The torn vellum is so perfect.

  7. Joyce M. Says:

    Striking and beautiful. Love the torn vellum.

  8. Renee L Says:

    A fabulous geometric design…
    love the torn vellum sentiment…
    perfect touch!

  9. Nancy Penir Says:

    Great how the simple white triangles seem dimensional. Beautiful job!

  10. Leigh Penner Says:

    Oooh, super cool! I love the generational stamping with the triangle– it gives such a neat effect!

  11. laurafadora Says:

    So, so, so fabulous! Love the white on black!

  12. The white triangles on black are fantastic!

  13. Hi Pamela … you totally rock covering your background with one triangle stamp!!! LOVE your very graphic and trendy card!!

  14. victoria h Says:

    great background stamping!

  15. Lalo Says:

    Super trendy and oh so cool!!!

  16. Sue Lelli Says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE your stamping and the stitched vellum sentiment! AMAZING card!

  17. Angela Branon Says:

    Wonderful background!

  18. Great effect I can only imagine how long this might have taken!

  19. Jill Norwood Says:

    Wow! This is so wonderful! I love the generational stamping of the triangles! It is gorgeous! A great card!
    🙂 Jill

  20. marybeth L. Says:

    Wow this is really creative, love it! Bet it took a bit of time.

  21. Michelle w Says:

    Pamela, you’ve stepped up your amazing creativity on this one! It’s fabulous!

  22. Paula Laird Says:

    Oh. My. Heck. This is freaking awesome. I mean, really. So creative. So well executed.

  23. Love that background!

  24. trotskired7 Says:

    Digging your background and use of just one stamp. Great job on the PTI blog hop challenge.

    It’s a good life!
    Terri E.

  25. Jacquie Says:

    Love the generational stamping and the stitched vellum for your sentiment!

  26. marybeth L. Says:

    Second reply . I just wanted to thank you for your comment and tell you the pink is red… Pure Poppy PTI…. lot of people thought it was pink too.

  27. Tonya Says:

    Great job! I love that background!

  28. Virginia Lu Says:

    LOVE this!!! You are amazing!

  29. alice wertz Says:

    absolutely fabulous. lovelove the background. amazing card!!

  30. Cath Says:

    Hey Pamela! Thanks for linking this up to the Make Your Own Background Paper Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun! 🙂

  31. Beautiful
    Love the background you created with the one stamp.

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