MFT Summer School Session 2 – Complementary

Hello crafty friends, welcome back to MFT Summer School!
In MFT summer school session 2, we are dealing with color theory. The topic of the day is ‘Complementary‘.
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Complementary colours are any two colours which are directly opposite each other, such as red & green, orange & blue, purple & yellow. These opposing colours create maximum contrast and maximum stability.

For my first card, I take purple & yellow colour palettes.
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To create the card, 1)I stamped Roses All Over Background on the white card stock using Pure Plum dye ink. 2)I die cut butterflies from vellum paper using Flutter of Butterflies Solid Die-namics, from Daffodil card stock using Flutter of Butterflies Lace Die-namics. 3)I die cut ‘Wish’ from Pure Plum card stock using Stars & Wishes Die-namics. 4)I mounted all elements as shown to the Daffodil card stock, added some clear sequins.
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For my second card, I take blue & orange colour palettes.
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Blue and orange colour combination wasn’t familiar with me before but, I realised these two colours can make a really cool card!!

To create the card, 1)I stamped Tiny Stars Background on the white card stock using Coral Crush hybrid ink, die cut the left edge using Blueprints 25 Die-namics. 2)I die cut ‘happy’ from Orange Zest card stock, ‘birthday’ from After Midnight card stock using Arrow Greetings Die-namics. I also die cut the balloons from Orange Zest, After Midnight card stocks using Birthday Balloons Die-namics. 3)To finish it off, I mounted all elements as shown to the stamped panel.

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Make sure to head over to the MFT blog today for more great projects from the MFT design team members.

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