Friday, 31 August 2012

CACB #73 - Colour Challenge


For this challenge you have a choice of either a monochrome card in shades of 
Turquoise/Aqua or Lilac/Purple
or you can do a duotone card using both of these colour palettes.
These colours only please, this isn't a general monochrome challenge

I created this is in my graphics programme and am very pleased how it has turned out.
I have done a mix and match from different digital scrapbook kits. This beautiful ornate  frame and the embossed scallop mat are from Tempting Turquoise. The circle, flower and pearls from Imperial Purple  and the gold ribbon and bow (double layered) from the new Eggstravaganza kit and all can be found here.
The  gorgeous rich colour purple BP is from the polished stone collection.

I hope you will be able to join us for this challenge. The DT have some great inspiration for this one.
Do be sure to pop ocver to the CACB blog to check them out.

I also like to enter this into the following challenges
Challenges 4 Everybody #1 - anything goes
Everybody Art #202 - anything goes
Natalie & Amy #1 - anything goes
TTCRD #33 - diva or anything goes

Thank you for stopping by
Cheers me dears



crafty amy said...

Wow that looks so pretty and 3D :D Thank you for joining us for our first ever challenge at Natalie and Amy's Challenge.

Huge hugs

Amy xx

Pascale Mitchell said...

Hi This is fantastic I love the dimension you have created digitally it looks amazing. Thanks so much for joining in the first challenge at Natalie and Amy's xxx Hugs Pascale

Ann Whitfield said...

Absolutely Gorgeous Irene!
Ann x

angelwhispers said...

My word this is just beautiful! Thanks for joining us over at Natalie and Amy's for our very first challenge and hope to see you back again Love Chanelle xxx

debby4000 said...

Love your wonderful card.
Thanks for joining us at Everybody Art Challenge.

Elaine said...

I like to use both graphics and card crafting too,Irene this frame is fabulous it looks so 3D.
Well done a super card Irene Hugs Elaine

Stephanie said...

You should be pleased, it's simply stunning! x