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Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Make My Monday - colour wheel

It's the fourth week at Make My Monday with a focus on the color wheel!  This week the main focus is on ANALOGOUS COLOURS.


Analogous colors are colors that sit in a group of three right next to each other on the color wheel.  We usually use these combinations when doing monochromatic artwork.  This week we are focusing on blues and Mynnette would like to see creations using turquoise, light blue, and dark blue with white or cream as your neutrals. You may stamp lined images and sentiments in either black or brown, but solid images should be stamped in one of the three blues.


My card this week started off as a bunch of flowers and ended up as a Christmas card!! 


Recipe:
White base card
Dark blue and Turquoise coredinations card
Embossing folder
Whimsy die
Gems
Banner from SU Pines and Poinsettias

This was the best photo I could capture and the turquoise card looks more like a pale green but IRL it's blue! I sanded the embossing to get the paler blue and paper pieced the bank at the front. This is the first time I've used this EF and I may make a few more for Christmas as I like the depth it gives:)

Thanks for taking the time to visit and hopefully let me know what you think!


14 comments:

Karen said...

What a pretty Christmas card Val........not sure how it started life as flowers but heyho! What embossing folder have you used - you didn't say.

Karen x

Valerie said...

I think I got it at Ally Pally but there's no name on it!

Stamps and Paper said...

Lovely Christmas card Val..super colours


Anne

Sasha said...

I cannot imagine what flowers were in your bunch, Val. Whatever they were your decision to turn them into a Christmas card was a good one...your card looks fabulous! I love those super embossed fir trees. Such a lovely scene against the night sky x

Mynnette said...

Oh, Valerie, it's so pretty!!!!! LOVE your peaceful scene, and your use of the colors is fabulous! Thanks for joining us at MMM! :)

Aquarius said...

Had to smile at your intended bunch of flowers turning into a christmas card - great result

Victoria said...

Gorgeous embossing -it's a fantastic winter scene!

Jacqueline said...

This is gorgeous Valerie - thanks for joining in this week at MMM - Jacqueline xx

Cazro said...

I can't see how it started with flowers, but so pleased you allowed yourself to deviate, for your Christmas card is a beauty. Thanks for joining us at Make My Monday - 3 Blues Caz

Suzi B said...

Fantastic Christmas card lovely way of using the "blues"
thank you for joining us MMM
suzi b xx

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Soo gorgeous Valerie, the snowy scene is just so beautiful and it's a shame in the photograph the colour is showing up as green, I bet it's blue and totally stunning IRL Gay xxx

Fliss said...

Really fabulous card Valerie. Such a beautiful scene.
Thanks for sharing this with us at the MMM blues challenge.
Fliss x

Val said...

Delightful card and beautiful scene. Thanks so much for joining us at MMM.
Valx

Jenny said...

A beautiful winters scene, the perfect way to sowcase the colour palette...I love the magical scene :0)
Jenny x

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