Sunday, January 30, 2011

Monochromatic Challenge

Yea, at first I wondered what a monochromatic challenge was. But it's pretty simple, basically you have to incorporate tints and shades of the same color.

This is the card I created based on that concept
Card Recipe:
Std. A2 card base (Recollections card stock)
4"x5 1/4" pattern paper (My Mind's Eye-Simply Delightful)
4"x3" pattern paper (k*i memories-classic prints pad)
5 1/4"x1 1/2" SU! card stock (Brights Collection)
Martha Stewart diecuts- felt hearts
Peachy Keen Stamps- pk490 Everyday Character faces
metal accents (heidi grace-sweet whimsy)
SU! ink (cherry cobbler)
scallop edge punch
metallic ribbon (Michaels)
button (Recollections)
white gel pen, twine & sticker for sentiment



abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

This came out great! love the hearts!

Kim H said...

Very cute! I love the paper too!

cricutalltime said...

so the pattern paper you the little hearts with the pk faces.

Lori Apgar said...

Such a cute card! Love the PK stamp faces!! Thanks for joining us over at Frosted Designs!

Natasha said...

Super cute!

Cathryn said...

Very cute, the faces look great! TFS your new follower Cathryn67 <3

The Crazy Cardmaker said...

Ohhh so pretty =) Love it, those PKS are just so adorable. Think I have to get more soon =P

Hugs =)

Jill said...

Lovely card, really like those hearts with faces! Thanks for joining in Kaboodle Doodles this week and hope to see you again. Jill

Big Time Stamper Want to Be said...

How cute. TFS

Teresa H

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Vicki said...

I love your blog design :) your cards are beautiful too!!!! You'll have to check out my blog!

jojoscraps said...

I love these adorable little faces! Great Valentines card.
Jo xx

Debi said...

cute!!!cute!!!cute!!! I love the hearts!

Debbie said...

Gotta love those hearts! Cute card!!! Thanks for joining us at Frosted Designs!

Janice W. said...

Great card! I haven't tried stamping on felt with my PK faces. Thanks for the inspiration! Nice attention to detail! Thanks for joining the PK challenge. Good luck!

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