Happy Monday everyone! You know that means it is time for the Squigglefly Challenge this week. The challenge this week is to go Monotone.....Monotone means that you are creating a card based on a single color using all your embellishments, papers and other goodies with the same color. In my card here of course, it's Brown, which is, one of my favorite colors. Rules state that you can color your image, which I did, but I used all browns! However, you can color your image however you like, but to play along, I did my image in a monotone theme too. This adorable image is called Window Bear from artist Diana Carubia.
Check out the other examples from Holley's Hobbyists over at the Squigglefly Challenge blog and then jump on in and play along. Make a fun mono-tone theme card with a colored image.
All the gorgeous papers I am using today are from Paper Temptress, the image is printed on Neenah Solar white. This cardstock is perfect for printing out digital images, runs through my printer easily and I let it dry many extra hours (even though ink seems dry as soon as you print, when coloring with Copic markers, it's really good to give it more time). The textured background paper is Canyon Brown Skinny Columns. It has the best lined texture. I added just a hint of ink on the edges to highlight that fact. The great die cuts (from Marianne Crafts) are done out of Kraft paper, also called brown bag cardstock. Don't they go perfect here?
Project Materials: Cardstock (Paper Temptress); Image (Squigglefly); Diecuts (Marianne Crafts); Ink (Colorbox Chalk); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All); Color (Copic Markers);