Black and White and “Read” All Over! – Eclectic Ellapu

Hey, Cardies!  This week at Eclectic Ellapu, we have a challenge to take you back to your childhood…well, at least some of us!  I remember when this was the favorite riddle for elementary school kids, a real stumper (LOL).  Anyway, we were challenged to create a project using Black and White and Text only.  Here is what I came up with:

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If can find the tutorial for this project here

About Chana Malkah

I am a "bubbie" (translation: grandmother), clinical supervisor(pediatrics) and an avid cardmaker. I enjoy making stationery sets and giving them to family and friends. This blog is for those who are just starting to explore cardmaking and other papercrafting. I have been away from cardmaking for about five years and was astounded by all the exciting changes in the craft. When I started stamping back in 1998, I only worked with wood mounted rubber stamps, metal stencils, markers and embossing powders and ink. Now there is a whole world out there and I hope we can explore together. In just eleven short months, I have gone from being afraid of posting my being invited to join two design teams and waiting to hear from two more! Pursue your Passion!
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8 Responses to Black and White and “Read” All Over! – Eclectic Ellapu

  1. Laurian says:

    This is such a fantastic project Chana, a real WOW! I will check out that tutorial as well, thanks for sharing!

  2. scrapunzel1 says:

    This is really beautiful. I couldn’t believe your comment about us being on different teams as I recolored part of mine b/c of yours looking so great! 🙂

  3. obrooks770 says:

    I love this it is beautiful! Thanks also for sharing the tutorial, I’ll have to check that out.

  4. ediewarren says:

    I am really inspired to do this after seeing your beautiful project and the video. I have loved the black and white combo forever. I like that idea of adding a text pattern for contrast. A really lovely design as an easel card.

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