- Stamps: Infinite Goodness (New Level 2 Hostess set)
- Paper: Certainly Celery, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Celery Prints DSP
- Ink: Stazon Black, Certainly Celery, Old Olive
- Accessories: Computer and printer (sentiment), Hodgepodge Hardware, Celery 5/8" GG Ribbon
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Great Pair! (WT144, DC029)
There was a demonstrator's challenge on Monday that I just didn't get to. It was to make a Valentine card without using traditional Valentine hearts. It was for the Demonstrable Cards category; however, the Ways to Use It Challenge for Thursday was to make a card using a monochromatic color scheme. I posted this card on SCS to the Infinite Goodness (Level 2 Hostess Set) category. This set will be available to hostesses on January 2, 2008. The pears were stamped with black Stazon on Very Vanilla and then water colored using Water Color Wonder Crayons and the Aquapainter. The Vanilla piece was sponged with Celery and Olive and distressed and matted on Old Olive. The base card is Certainly Celery with a strip of Celery Prints Double Sided Paper. The Hodgepodge Hardware was adhered to the strip, Celery ribbon was pulled through, glued together where it wouldn't show, and wrapped around the end of the strip. Then, the strip was adhered to the base card and the main image panel over that. The sentiment was computer generated. I think this will be my Valentine's Day card for my hubby.