Thursday 14 March 2019

Sunday Stamps 200

I've come very late to the Black Ice party but after watching Melissa Kerman's fantastic video on how to do this interesting technique, I just had to have a go! It left me with a couple of pieces of black-iced card and the sketch at Sunday Stamps provided a way to use one of them.

The close-up shows the cool cracked ice effect that is the hallmark of this technique.

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  1. Very cool, Jan - I think I'm even later to this technique than you - I'm off to check out the video! Your card looks very beautiful! Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps!

  2. Jan I am sorry with the News I heard in New Zealand hope you are living far away :(( I was shock and sad with the victim...I pray for them and the family
    and your card is so beautiful I love the very crisp color of the Silver on the black panel and lovely sentiment doily there you added
    Great card

    Many thanks for using my sketch on our 200th Birthday Callenge at Sunday Stamps.
    If you visiting my Blog Post I have giveaway and send to all around the world
    for Ladies in the USA my other DT teamie has also giveaway :)
    dont miss it

  3. Such a beautiful card! I'm not familiar with this technique, I'll have to look it up!

    Thanks for joining our 200th challenge celebration at Sunday Stamps!

  4. I have not yet tried the black ice technique and this turned out gorgeous! Thanks so much for playing along with our 200th challenge at Sunday Stamps!

  5. Hi Jan, great use of this cool (ha) technique without overwhelming the elegance of the card.