Monday, 6 April 2015

Monochromatic Green Tree

The current CAS Colours and Sketches challenge is 'Monochromatic Green' and I've used one of my favourite Christmas stamps to make this card.


Card blank: 7" x 5" white silk 
Stamps: Woodware 'Christmas Bubble Tree'
Embossing: Clear embossing powder
Ink: Versafine Olympia Green
Colouring: Faber-Castell colour grip pencils
Card: Dark green and white
Paper: Snippet of dark green paper
Other: Glossy Accents, Triple Thick gloss glaze

I stamped and embossed the tree and sentiment onto white card, this was trimmed to size, layered onto green card and attached to the card blank.   I stamped the trunk onto a snippet of green paper, cut it out and applied gloss glaze.   When dry, this was attached to the card.  I coloured the baubles with various shades of green and then added Glossy Accents.

Kath x

8 comments:

  1. Loving this one. It's simple, but stunning.

    Hope you've had a good day. Sue

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  2. I always admire organised folks that get on and make Christmas cards in plenty of time! Love this stamp and the glossy accents just adds that little something extra. Thanks for playing at CC&S.

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  3. I love your card Kath! You chose a perfect stamp for our challenge! :)
    Thanks for joining us at CAS-Colours and Sketches this week! :)
    Lizy xx

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  4. Lovely tree design and colors.

    Hugs Diane

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  5. The tree image is perfect for using different shades of green per our color challenge. Excellently done! Thanks so much for sharing your card with us at CC&S!

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  6. A fabulous card Kath, such an elegant tree and lovely shades of green.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. This is one of my favourite stamps too and the glossy accents works so well on the baubles. Thanks for joining us at CC&S Kath. Stef x

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  8. Lovely job on this Christmas card using the shades of green. I see you have used quite a few techniques too. Very CAS and perfect for our colour challenge at CC&S. Thanks for playing along
    Louise xx

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