Wednesday, 30 April 2008

Monochrome Violet? Not!

I love Rainbow Lady's challenges! Imaginative & with oodles of space for creativity. But this week I have failed & should be disqualified! I post my card nonetheless with a sense of arrogant pride: I tried, did not make the grade, but still have a card which is perfect for my nearly 30 year old step-daughter! 


Rainbow Lady said...

As you say a hand made card for someone you love - what could be better than that. I love it anyway SammieJay and I am sure your stepdaughter will too.
Love Cynthia x

Dawny P said...

I think it's really lovely Sammie - not sure how you have cheated though cos it looks like it is all one shade of violet to me!! Lovely card and I like the little ribbon touch joining the stems. xx

Anonymous said...

I think your card is great Samie..your stepdaughter will love it:)x

Beryl said...

How can you say you failed the challenge? It's shades of lavender(or purple if you prefer) and it's lovely. The white backing paper is no different to stamping an image in black and that's allowed. It's a beautiful card.

Beryl xx

Sarah C said...

This is a beautiful card Sammie xx

Fiona Whitehead said...

What a gorgeous card - how could it fail? sorry to hear you've had a grotty time - hope it gets better soon. An opera singing husband - we need a tenor for our Magic Flute opera in Nov! I'm singing Queen of the Night - aarrgghh!!! Love your blog - I'll be back!

Ann Whitfield said...

This card is beautiful Sammie Jay and I agree with Beryl - it's shades of purple on white so you haven't failed!! Your stepdaugter will love it :)
Thank you so much for the comments you left about my own entry for the monochrome challenge. To answer your question, I created the image from several stampscapes stamps and altough I haven't tried to reproduce a specific place, the english lake district is where I've lived all my life and where I can't help but take my inspiration from so your question pays me a huge compliment :))
Ann x

Fiona Whitehead said...

Hi SammieJay - its only an amateur performance - I sing with Kennet Opera - a company based in Newbury - whose to say I'll hit that top F yet! LOL! I'll let you know in November.

Sharon said...

You . . . . . a failure !!!! . . . . never !!!
It's a beautiful card & I think it will definately qualify.

Thank you so much for my lovely PIF. It arrived yesterday which was perfect timing as it was my birthday.

I'm glad I'm not the only one who wasn't sure about the blue Tilda on my cute card Thursday card.
I colour using Whispers markers &, as you know, I only started stamping last week so have used watercolour paper & must say I find it so much easier to blend the colours . . . . . . listen to me, the expert LOL!!!.
I'm loving this stamping lark & have just ordered 4 sugar nellie stamps (birthday pressie to self!!)
Talk soon
Sharon :-)x

Ana Baird said...

It's fantastic!