Hi friends! I'm happy to turn the page on the calendar. Welcome to a new month, a new color challenge and my blog! I hope things are going well with you.
Can I tell you that using only two colors is always a challenge for me? I want to pull out ALL the colors. I find that being challenged makes me think outside the box and create cards in different styes, which I think is tons of fun! I learn a lot this way.
For instance, I've learned that the capybara, which lives predominantly in South America is the largest living rodent in the world, weighing in at 77 - 150 pounds? I've traveled to South America but never ran into one of these guys! I've also learned that they can look CUTE - on cards!
Here's my take on blue and brown for a simple gender neutral birthday card. I did some masking, coloring with Copics and fussy cutting this critter for the tag. For the card base, I used a stencil to add a few polka dots with Distress Oxide Inks.
Blue and brown work well together, and I'm sure the rest of the team will amaze you with their creative samples. Check them out and join us at Color Hues!
I appreciate your visit today, thanks!
Delight in your craft
Make something beautiful!
Stamps: Waffle Flower - Summer Time; The Greetery - Cake Pop Sentiments and dies
Paper: Neenah Solar White, SU - Marina Mist
INK: Gina K - Amalgam; DOX - Tea Dye, Walnut Stain
Accessories: stencil - PTI