Wednesday, February 15, 2012

7 Kids College Fund - Monochromatic

Good  morning everyone, how are you on this fabulous Wednesday?  I am counting down the days until the end of the week.  Then winter break begins and I can have a few days to catch my breath!  It has been a long winter with warm weather and no snow.  Who knew such things could throw a girl off?  Well, they do and now I am looking forward to our week off.  Then, back to reality but hopefully much more refreshed and ready to start again.


Today at 7 Kids College Fund we are starting a new challenge.  Our challenge for this week is to make a monochromatic project.  Remember, to enter the challenge you much use a product carried by 7 Kids College Fund.  Please mention the product in your post so that you can be entered into the random drawing for the gift certificate to the 7 Kids College Fund store.


For my project today I used the Bildmalarna image, Rose Mimosa.  I also used several other products from the 7 Kids College Fund store which you can find a link to in my materials list below.  For my project I made a circle easel card using my Cricut Expression and my SCAL program.



Materials Used:
Glossy Effects
MS Frond Punch
Prima Flowers
EK Success foliage punch
Pearls
Wild Honey Distress Ink Pad
Inkdinkado sentiment stamp

Here's a close up of my colored image.


Now it's your turn.  Stop on over to our challenge blog, get inspired by the other great DT projects and then create your own monochromatic project to enter our challenge.  I can't wait to see what you create!
Thanks so much for stopping by today,




2 comments:

  1. beHi Marlena! Wow...winter break! I'll bet you'll counting the hours soon! hehe! Good for you. Hope you have some fun and relaxation planned for yourself!! Your card is so cute! Such a fun, bright and sunny card! I love it! Hugs. Pat Frank

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  2. Hey Marlena...I just read my comment...that "be" magically appeared in the wrong place! LOL! You get the gist, tho, I hope! Hugs. Pat Frank

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