Runway Inspired Challenge 76


It has been over a month since I last posted! I don’t think my blog has ever been neglected for this long before! 😦 To make up for this negligence, I will do a giveaway in three days, which will also mark the third year anniversary for this blog 🙂

My card today is inspired by the latest Runway Inspired Challenge. Thanks to this challenge I am still making cards for fun! 😉


My card:

RIC 76

I love the soft yellow flooring, so I started with a rectangular piece of yellow card stock. The model’s black jacket and red buckle stood out to me, so I decided to make my focal images in those colors. The floral stamps are from Altenew’s Lacy Scrolls set, stamped with Versafine Onyx Black, die cut (yes, dies! coming out in February) and mounted on foam tape. The ‘Hello’ is from the Label Love set.


To join the fun, please visit the Runway Inspired Challenge blog for more details.

Thanks for stopping by!

15 responses

  1. Lovely, lovely…..a real statement card. So glad you’re back. I miss your posts because your sense of style and art is breathtaking.

  2. Such beautiful interpretation of the inspiration photo, truly a stunning card! And I love the stamped flower, the Lacy Scrolls set is on my wishlist 🙂

  3. What a great choice, love your black flowers! You really focus on the shape of them this way, vs. a pretty color. I don’t think I’ve made a yellow, black and red card before … apparently I should! It’s gorgeous!

  4. Glorious colours! Looking forward to more cards from you and I keep hoping Altenew comes out with matching dies for the stunning stamps! Please, pretty please, that would be great for those of us who are not nearly as adept as you are with fussy cutting:-)

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