Sunday, March 17, 2013

Monochromatic Christmas

Afternoon everyone.  I've just gotten back in the swing of things and I have to go back to work tomorrow.  Not looking forward to it.  I'd much rather be here creating. 

It has turned out to be another beautiful sunny day here. Although I'm not out enjoying it. I do enjoy the sun coming in the front windows.

I just love doing monochromatic cards. I always have a hard time with what colors to put together, and this is so simple.  Besides they look great.  My image was stamped with versa mark and embossed in brown, just to give it a little extra depth and shine.  I add just a bit of stickles on the roof of the church to look like snow shining. My sticky mesh I colored with a marker after trying distress ink and finding out it just rubs off making a big mess.  And a little bit of gold cording.

I even managed a few challenges again today:
Sketch Saturday-#250
Jingle Belles-neutral monochromatic
Sentimental Sunday-anything goes 

thanks for stopping by

dee ;o)


SmilynStef said...

What a lovely holiday scene ... I love all of the different textures and elements you combined ... so glad you joined us at Jingle Belles.

Tracey said...

Gorgeous card Dee :o)
Thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays & Good Luck!

Julia Aston said...

Over the river and through the woods! what a lovely winter scene!

Lizy Bartaby said...

A lovely winter scene! Great Christmas card! :)
Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday this week! :)
Lizy x

Noelle said...

So pretty! I love the simplicity of this:) Thank you so much for playing my prompt at Jingle Belles! :)

lauren bergold said...

what a beautiful holiday card, i am just ♥LOVING♥ the sepia ink and touch of gold, such an elegant look! thanks for joining our JINGLE BELLES fun for a "neutral noel"!!! :)