Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Monochromatic I


For today I have some monochromatic cards for Caardvarks Core'dinations Challenge and for A Passion for Papertrey Challenge: Pretty Petals and for OCC Challenge - Blooming Blossoms.

Those cards were a small present for my friends at a lady-evening! It was so nice. I hope we will do it again soon.

Here is the green card:

I stamped the nice violet and the little leave on transparent paper and using my white ink pad and a small painting brush I colored the flowers. For masking the score-tape used to adhere the transparent paper on the light green cardstock I used that gorgeous simmering light green ribbon and another strip of Score-tape covered with glitter.

I love the result.

The second card is a turquoise one.

For this one I used some of my new Core'dinations cardstock. I love this cardstock, so many colors and such nice texture. I distressed a little the turquoise paper and then I stamped that gorgeous big violet (PTI) with that new lovely Hawaiian Shores ink.
I love this color. It's so nice and vibrant. Lovely.

So. I have one or two more cards for the monochromatic challenge from Caardvarks.

Have a nice evening.




Green card:
Paper: Heyda, Artos
Stamps: PTI ( Year of Flowers: Violets)
Ink: Tsukineko, Su!, PTI
Others: Rhinestones, Ribbon (Nanu-Nana), Prisma ultra fine glitter (Palette), Score-Tape.

Turquoise card:
Paper: Core'dinations, Heyda
Stamps. PTI (Year of Flowers: Violet, Mega Mixed Messages)
Ink: PTI
Others: Rhinestone


  1. Both cards are beautiful, I really enjoy the blue one however for its simplicity and focal point! Great job on teh challenges!

  2. These are both so pretty. I love that PTI set. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment.

  3. What lovely cards! The monochromatic look is so fab! I obviously love both of them because the first one features oodles of my fave colour and the second is so pretty with that detailed flower!
    Thanks so much for joining in with our challenge!

  4. Very pretty cards, love the glitter detail on the second one!