Thursday, October 15, 2009

Monochromatic Color Scheme? ~ That's a challenge!

Good morning everyone! I hope you are having a terrific day.
I created this card for The Cuttlebug Spot color challenge. The challenge is to create a card using a Monochromatic color scheme. You basically have to create a card using one color. Yes, I said one color but using different shades of that same color. How fun is that?

Here is my entry for this challenge:

Since I wanted to make a girl’s card, pink was the best choice for this card. I used two pink patterned papers. Between the two patterned papers, I added a strip of hot pink card stock to add more visual interest to the card. Ah! I also used my EK heart punch ~ love this one too!

This card has a lot of card stock layers. The purpose of this was to incorporate different shades of pink. Did you notice the embossing detail at the bottom of my card? I have this cute cuttlebug embossing folder.It is soooo cute for a baby’s card.

Here is a closer look to see the card details!
Notice that I added hot pink gems around the nestability scallop and glitter around the circle as well.

Last week, I made a boy’s card using the same stamp. I knew it I needed to make a girl’s card using the same image. I really had a lot of fun making this card. I hope you like it too!!!!

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Anonymous said...

This card is so cute Silvia. You rocked this card, it is so perfect for the challenge.


Meahni said...

ONE colour - I could never. You did a stunning job Silvia.

Margie said...

That's so pretty, Silvia! Just love all the pink! Thanks for joining us at TCS!

Sue Lelli said...

You should have a zillion comments! This card is just so beautiful!

Anonymous said...

You made a few good points there. I did a search on the topic and barely got any specific details on other sites, but then happy to be here, seriously, appreciate that.

- Lucas