Saturday, 9 January 2010

Black & White Atc's


Black & White is this months UKStampers Atc theme. I've gone to town with the black and white embossing powders - had fun though!!!!

19 comments:

Burnice said...

Lovely jubbly!
Burnice x

crafty creations said...

A great set Sam - particularly like the tree one

LME said...

They are lovely I have not done mine yet :)

downrightcrafty said...

oh yer, I am feelin the love for these little beauties. Would make you guess for my fav... but no this one I think I will just shout it, love the beauty one that image is just so "in your face"
but they are all very effective
hugs kate x

craftytrog said...

Fabulous! Been making mine today too

Hels said...

Fab, fab and thrice fab....dur, for not looking at the new swap theme...am dashing off to join in ... B&W is my FAVE!!

LazyKay said...

Great selection - very effective. Can't decide whether Beauty or Cherish Dreams are my favourite, I like them all really!

Sue Abbott said...

I love black and white too. And I love ATC's. Especially love the 'beauty' one. x

Susan's crafty chaos said...

Wow, these are great Sam, I always tend to go for colours in my work but the black and white look so wonderful when you've worked them :D

Claireabelle said...

Lovin' these!! Just fabulous
x

mommabear said...

Brill set of ATC`s I love black and white

Femmy said...

fantastic atc's!! always love B&W!!!

Ann said...

Very striking, loving them all Sam!!
xx

Ellen said...

love the ones with the trees of opposites and the one with the little girl is such a cute one

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Your Black and Whites are gorgeous, Sam. Beautifully created. I especially love the little girl at the bottom left...what an adorable image.
Hugs, Gayle

Andrea said...

A brilliant set,fab images,xxx

Chris said...

I love B&W too. My fave is the friends one. That little girl is so sweet.

Lesley said...

These are so stylish - just love the black and white!
Lesley x

She said...

Love these ATCs - Black and White is a firm favourite of mine too! S x

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