Thursday, June 7, 2012

CropStop #74: Monochromatic

First off, thank you for stopping by my blog this morning!
It has been a very warm week here and I am loving it!!!

Today at CropStop, we have a new challenge for you.
This weeks challenge is:

My favorite colors to play with when it comes to mono colors are browns.
So here is my card sample:
Close up of the butterfly:
At first glimpse at the card it looks like giraffe print.
Or is it just me? LOL
The embossing is actually Daisy's.
I used my Spellbinders Butterfly dies, pearl and pop dots, to give the card a little more life.

So Monochromatic colors.
Make sure to check out CropStop and check out the amazing projects the design team created this week.
Hope you will join us.

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Lia Stampz #18
Mema' Crafts: Just Words
Frilly and Funkie: Kraft and Twine
4 Crafty Chicks: MonoChromatic
Milk Coffee
Southern Girls #46



  1. Super cool, thanks for playing our Monochromatic challenge today at 4 Crafty Chicks, awesome job!

  2. Oh, this is fabulous!!! LOVE all the brown tones--gorgeous use of them! AND I LOVE the way you've used die cuts, too!!! :)

  3. Beautiful card, like your image and butterfly shape die cuts. Thanks for joining us at SGC, good luck cheers Sue N x

  4. Beautiful monochromatic card. I happen to like browns as well. Thanks for joining me at Mema's Crafts June "Just Words" challenge and good luck!

  5. Not only monochromatic but camouflaged as cool! Love the whole design! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Frilly & Funkie this fortnight!

  6. Gorgeous, almost an optical illusion! Thanks for sharing your talent with our challenge this fortnight.

    Kasey ~ in Oz
    Southern Girls DT

  7. This is stunning! Loved 'finding' those butterflies... you have an amazing background here. Thanks for joining us at Frilly & Funkie this week!

  8. The way you have blended the butterflies in with the exact patterns and shading is really cool. Wonderful patters, colors and textures - really compels the viewer to run their fingers over it. A wonderfully unique piece of work - thanks so much for sharing it with us at Filly and Funkie this fortnight!