Saturday, June 4, 2011

Monochrome: "Less Is More" Challenge Blogspot

First creation from my craft space in my new home!  To get my creative juices flowing after a long hiatus, I went to my favorite challenge blogspot, "Less Is More". Things come together so quickly for these creations.  This week it was MONOCHROME

"A Child's Year" & "Gypsy Wanderings" cuts.  Fruit Punch Stickles.  Victorian Velvet Distress Ink. Various papers.  A2 size card.

Thanks for stopping by for a look.

P.S.
To Chrissie & Mandi's point in the comments, the lighter cardstock actually IS pink, I think its the photography and light that makes it look lavender. A second attempt to re-photograph made the Stickles look too orange. Errrrr. What's one to do...?

I appreciate the critiques and comments - they are all treasured!

16 comments:

Loli said...

Hello Bernadet...FANTASTIC CARD!!!beautiful your fairy, so sweet card.
A hug from Palma de Mallorca

Mandi said...

Delightful little card Bernadet
The colours look pink and lilac, but I guess they are both pink IRL
Thank you very much
Diva LIM mandi
"Less is More"

Chrissie said...

It's great to see you back Bernadet. It's pretty card, but my monitor does make the top layer look lilac.
Looks like you have a fancy cutting machine!
Thanks so much for joining us again.
Chrissie
Lady LIM
"Less is More"

Rita said...

Wow, what a beautiful card. Hugs Rita xx

Pauline said...

Beautiful, what a fantastic die cut!

Bernadet Rodakowski said...
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Ang C said...

A beautiful card

Lynne said...

Really pretty card.
Lynne xxx

Marlena M. said...

I love that 3D shadow look! ;)

Bea said...

what a striking card - I have jsut ordered that card so thanks for some inspiration

Maureen said...

Your card is gorgeous. Thank you for the comments on my card. Don't know how it came out so crisp on textured cardstock!!! It just did. LOL. Thanks.
Maureen............x

Diane said...

so pretty in pink...very cute!!

Vicky Hayes said...

What a sweet card! It can be hard to get colours to photograph 'true' I know!

Susan said...

Bernadet, I love the cut out you've added to the card...very nice. BTW, I posted a tutorial on my blog showing how I take photos of my cards using an OTT light and my colors usually come out pretty true.
My card is HERE

Hello From Texas said...

Lovely little card Bernadet. I love the added sparkle.
TFS
Carole

Carol said...

Wow, love this. Carol x