Friday 7 June 2013

Black and White Dog

Hi everyone!
I made this card using Docrafts Tulip and Friends CD. I was going to make it entirely black and white, but then I decided to keep the orange on his collar and used the colour dropper to colour some matching paper. The dog is popped up on 3d foam to give it some dimension.

I'd like to enter:
CD Sunday - Faithful Friends
Quirky Crafts- Black, white and tiny bit of colour (hope it's tiny enough)
Cute Card Thursday  - Ebony and Ivory (again, hope the orange is ok!)
The Cupboard Trilogy- birthday


starcyl said...

Great card Marina, I like the touch of orange. Not a colour I use a lot but it works so well with this image.
Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday this week.
Jenny x
CD Sunday DT

Carol said...

A beautiful clean and simple card Marina with a great deal of appeal. I like the orange, peach and apricot shades. They often work well with parchment.
Thank you for joining in with us.
Carol x
CD Sunday DT

Beryl said...

Classic card with a great faithful friend image.
Thank you for joining us again this week.
Beryl xx
CD Sunday DT

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A gorgeous card Marina, I love the monochome colours and the orange matting finishes it perfectly. Thanks for joining in at CD Sunday this week.

Sue T x
CD Sunday DT

Purple Crazy said...

A lovely CAS card, thanks for sharing at CD Sunday xx

Wynn said...

A very elegant card Marina. I think the hint of orange makes the whole image 'pop'.
Than you for joining us at CD Sunday.

Wynn x
Guest DT

Mistys Mum said...

A great card & image & the splash of orange is just right. That dalmation is gorgeous x

Pia S said...

Nice!!! I like this clean design and great call to add those orange accents!

Anonymous said...

Awww... that dog is precious! This will make a great masculine card. Sometimes black and white just need a little color to make the look work. Great job!
- Shauna

xxbella71xx said...

What a lovely Card. Thank you for joining in with our challenge over at The Cupboard Trilogy Challenge Blog.

Stella xx