Thursday, May 26, 2016

April 26

 Recently (like, last week) I made a card using dark and light shades of brown, some white, and popped up with red.  It looked nice and I decided it would be fun to see how far I can go with these basic colors of two browns and white, plus whatever color strikes my fancy at the moment. . .

I had a guy card to make so I decided to go with black as my fourth color.  Happily, I like the results very much . . . how about you?  For a variety of upcoming posts, I plan to have fun keeping the neutrals and trading out the fourth color.  Join me!

Cardstock:   Marco’s Jute, The Paper Cut Watercolor paper, Generic Black
Stamps:        Just For Fun Gauze Background
Inks:               ColorBox Frost White, Distress Walnut Stain, Brushed Corduroy,                             Black Soot
Emb Powder:   Judikins Opaque White, PSE Woven Tapestry, Weathered 
Dies:              Lil Inkers Stitched Mats: Rectangles, Elizabeth Craft
                           Hardware 1 – Hinges, Impression Obsession Feather Set,
                           Tim Holtz Alphanumeric, Tattered Lace Alphabet
Doo Dads:    Black gesso, brads, Black and Tan jute

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