Saturday, August 22, 2009

Monochromatic Challenge @ SSDS Blog

This week at Stamp, Scrap and Doodle Saturday Challenge Blog our challenge is being sponsored by Cheryl at Stamp-by-Step. Here is a snapshot of the goodies up for grabs:
Included in this week's blog candy is:
24 - 6x6 sheets of AC Patterned Paper - Amplified
1 pair scalloped edge Fiskar scissors
2 yards ribbon (1 burgundy, 1 green)
1 set Alpha Photo Holders
1 package American Crafts cleared back alpha stickers
Now on to what you gotta do to get the loot:
The challenge this week is Monochromatic colors. Now when I say "colors" you all know that mono means one - but you can use all the shades of one color, ergo the "s".


Here is my card for the challenge. I used Miss Anya from The Greeting Farm. The paper is from several companies. One is "Girl Power" from Cherry Arte and another is "Nightlight Henry" from October Afternoon then some Bazzil green cardstock. I used Copics to color the image.
Now go check out Stamp, Scrap and Doodle Saturday Challenge Blog to see what the other Design Team members made and to get in on the challenge yourself.

6 comments:

Regina said...

beautiful card Diane! love the color

Rene said...

This card is beautiful! Your coloring of Miss Anya is to die for girl! Love it!

Scrappy Love,
Rene'

ERICA said...

I love how this turned out. I always seem to have problems with monochromatics, but you've got it down pat.

ERICA said...

I forgot to ask... I am thinking about investing in some copics and you seem to use them a lot. Which ones do I start with? I looked them up and there are so many different styles. Which are the best for coloring stamped images?

By the way, stop over at my blog. I'm giving away some summer candy!

Micki said...

Love the card. Your coloring is great and love your overall design of the card. How funny that we both chose green, lol.

hugs

TannyP said...

Green's my favorite color, so I'm absolutely enamoured by this card =)
Love those Greeting Farm images. Your use of the little details is fabulous!

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