Hello crafty friends, TGIF!
Today is the last day of MFT summer school session 2. The topic of the day is ‘Monochromatic‘.
A monochromatic colour scheme is created by taking any one of the twelve hues from the basic colour wheel and repeating it in various shades and tones. This scheme looks clean and elegant and very easy on the eyes, especially with blue or green hues.
Here is what I came up with:
To create the card, I 1) Prepared a circle mask die cut, the same size as the Birthday Centerpieces Die-namics, and used mask die cut to adhere it to the centre of the white panel. 2) Stamped Tiny Stars Background on the white panel using Grout Gray dye ink. 3) Took off the mask die cut and die cut happy birthday circle from the stamped panel using Birthday Centerpieces Die-namics. 4) For the inside of the circle window, I coloured on the watercolour paper with After Midnight, Lush Lagoon, Summer Splash dye inks using a wet paintbrush. and then adhered it to the card base, added some clear sequins & beads. 5) Placed the circle window panel on top to finish it off.
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Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful weekend!
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4 thoughts on “MFT Summer School Session 2 – Monochromatic”
You did a fantastic job!!
I’m loving that watercolored background, so cool!
How wonderful is your use of colour Yoonsun!! love the dimension, and the masked clock cut out is perfect!!
I’ll definitely be purchasing it.
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