Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Challenge #56 themed Monochromatic for Lia Stampz

Our challenge at Lia Stampz was to make a card or other project that was monochromatic. The image that I used was called "Happy New Year." Wasn't that a great coincidence? LOL The digi is available here Whimsy Stamps If you would like to join our challenge, it runs until January 15th. Please come and join us! Lia Stampz
For this card I used; White cardstock from Gina K. Designs, red cardstock from Recollections, Digi image from Lia Stampz called "Happy New Year," Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Thirteen, Red Patterned Paper from Recollections "Bright and Jolly" paper pack, stickers from the Paper Studio and were modified from Happy Anniversary 50 Years stickers. "New" was written in with ultra fine Sharpie marker.


Nancy said...

Beautiful card, Marianne! I love the red and that great background paper! Happy New Year to you! :o)

Marianne said...

Thanks so much Nancy! Happy New Year to you as well!

MaryH said...

Love all this red, and Whimsy does have delightful digis. Your plaid dp was perfect for this pretty little red miss, and how clever to adapt your stickers to fit your theme! Happy New Year to you, and hope we can visit more often in 2014. You've done so well with entering all these challenges...I'm a bit lazy with that. Should do a few more. Anyway, TFS & Hugs. Stay warm & cozy if you are in the storm path, be safe on the ice & snow if so. Hugs and all the best in 2014.

Georgia Ehrmann said...

I love your image. Lia's images are always adorable! Your card is very pretty in its' shades of red. Happy New Year to you too!

Marianne said...

Thanks Mary and Georgia. It was so nice to hear from both of you!

Desire Fourie said...

Just gorgeous. Love the monochromatic red.
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Gail said...

Hi Marianne!
Thanks for popping over!
Great card!

Penny Odell said...

Marianne, beautiful background paper and such a wonderfully colored little girl. Thank you for sharing your love of crafts.

Marianne said...

Thank you all for your kind comments! They mean the world to me!