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Saturday, October 31, 2020

Ink #225 - Night

We have a new challenge at Inkspirational and this time it's a word prompt - NIGHT.

After some failing attempts of creating a night sky I changed direction and went with a black and white theme, a mix of dies (sleig is Marianne, sentiment is Hero Arts and buildings are Memory Box) and created a scene with Santas's sleigh. The stars are stamped and I added frantage for snow.

Please head over to the challenge blog to see the wonderful makes of my INK-teamies.

This card is also for:
ABC Christmas
- U for Up in the Air/V for Vixen
The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge
- #82 Anything Christmas Goes


meg said...

You created a fantastic cityscape card with your die cuts Pia,I dread to think about how different Christmas will be this year

loz said...

Gorgeous B&W card Pia...Loz

Viv said...

Fab card Pia - the die cut skyline is great against the black night sky. x

Shauna said...

The black and white looks fantastic! And I really like your creative use of the dies and snow. Perfect for the upcoming holiday!
- Shauna

*Vicki* said...

What a beautiful night scene especially with the texture of the splattering for the snow! Nicely done!

Donna Ellis said...

Fabulous black and white Christmas scene, Pia! Makes me smile. I can smell the fresh snow all the way in Florida! It’s beautiful! Hugs, de

Chrissy said...

Fabulous black and white Christmas card the snow and Santa flying over the city..


Mervi said...

Fabulous city scape in black and white, it works well.
Great textures;-))m

KraftyKoolKat said...

Love this gorgeous scene you have created Pia in Black & White.

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Such lovely scene! The black and white combo is a great choice!

Marlena M. said...

I LOVE THIS Pia! Striking contrast; it's perfect~

crafty-stamper said...

Fabulous monochrome card and love the die-cut silhouettes
Carol x

Tammy said...

Beautiful card Pia, I love the scene you created and the frantage is a perfect medium for snow, it looks gorgeous!

Darnell said...

Oooh, Pia, I love this traditional Christmas scene in nontraditional black and white! It really is remarkable with the cityscape and the sediment in half and half! I hope you are keeping well. Hugs, Darnell

cotnob said...

A fabulous card Pia, you have created a wonderful scene and I like the black and white design.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Marina said...

As a way of creating a night effect, it's amazingly effective and also very striking.