Friday, 16 March 2018

Stampin' Up! Black and White themed card

Jillian Selwood, Purple Jelly Designs, Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

The theme for the Great Card Swap challenge group for January was Black and White.

This is the card I made using the Just Add Colour Speciality Designer Series Paper. It took a lot of will power not to colour it in!!

Monotone card, Black and White, Colour Theme Challenge

When I blogged about the last Great Card Swap Challenge one of my lovely subscribers, Lorraine Turner, left me a comment saying that it would have interesting to see what the other crafters had used in their swaps too. I thought this was a brilliant idea and asked the other members of the team if they would mind me putting their cards on my blog.  So here they are, in no particular order.

This is the stunning card I received from the very talented Sally Shaw of SallyStampers  

This beautiful card has been made by Janice Thomson of JazzleDazzlecrafts

Nicky May made this stunning card

Toni Harris of TLHPapercraft made this beautiful wedding card card

I'm not sure who made the following cards but they are still fabulous

Thank you so much Lorraine for your brilliant suggestion.

Thank you for stopping by this week and reading my blog, I do hope you’ve enjoyed it. Until next week.

Jillian xx


  1. Hi Jillian, This is fabulous thank you. What a lot of inspiration to gain from in just one blog post. I love black and white projects. I will definitely be returning to look at these projects in the future too. I am particularly fond of critters so Janice's swap immediately caught my eye. I also love the fact that she has used a tag on the front too which is an unusual focal point. I haven't got the DSP that you used Jenny but I definitely can see me using a different DSP but with the same format and creating a beautiful project using your design. Thank you Jenny and all the other crafters for sharing. :O) xx

    1. Thanks for you lovely comments Lorraine and also thank you again for the brilliant suggestion. Look forward to seeing your creations xx


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