Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Bloom in red - with love

Monochromatic projects are always very challenging for me, and inspiring too. So I decided to jump in with Color Dare #387, which asked for monochromatic red:
I used the same stamp with the same ink, for the first stamping the stamp was coverd all with the ink, while the second and the third ones, I first stamped on a scrap paper to wipe out some of the ink, and so I achieved this ombre effect.
I so loved this challenge that I made another card for it, which I'll be sharing very soon.
I also took inspiration from the MTF sketch 482:
My take is a little free take on the sketch - I followed the theme of 3 elements with a sentiment partial overlapping them, but instead of palcing it in the middle of the card, mine is on the bottom.
It also goes for the 'All Occasion' challenge at Krafty Chicks.


Cat Nowak said...

Love the way you used first, second and third generation stamping to stamp your flowers. Beautiful card. Thank you for joining us at Color Dare.

Alyson Mayo said...

This is a terrific clean and simple card. The flowers are the perfect background for the black sentiment. Thanks for sharing with us at Colour Dare :)

A.Rose said...

Wonderful use of the challenge color! Thanks for joining us at Color My Heart Color Dare!

Leanne said...

This is such a wonderful CAS card, love the colors. Great job! Thanks for playing our challenge at Krafty Chicks.

Leanne DT/KC

Nance said...

Wonderful CAS and monochromatic card. Thanks for joining us this week at Krafty Chicks Challenge.

Melanie R said...

Lovely card, Libeeti! What a great way to use generation stamping. Thank you for playing along at Color My Heart Color Dare #387.

Suzanne Reynolds said...

CAS and like the floral stamping and large die cut sentiment...beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us at Color Dare.