Monday, 16 June 2014

IndigoBlu's Challenge - Monochromatic

The challenge over at IndigoBlu's Challenge Blog is "Monochromatic" something which I love to do!
I used only two Distress Ink's, Broken China and Chipped Sapphire, and also two stamps, my favourite Anenome Corner and the sentiment from Nottingham Lace.

The rest was done with water!!!
Elizabeth x

17 comments:

Jennifer Bradley said...

This is just gorgeous love the design and the colours are stunning.

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous Elizabeth, love the gorgeous stamps and beautiful shades of blue.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Faye said...

Elizabeth, your blue card is so beautiful. I love that corner stamp, one I have not seen before. It is so perfect for your card.

Anneke said...

Beautiful card. Love the color blue too. Anneke

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is a very beautiful card Elizabeth.

gr karin

Doreen said...

This is beautiful,gorgeous image and details.xxx

Buttons said...

This really is absolutely gorgeous Elizabeth. Love it! Thanks for joining us at IndigoBlu. Jenny x

Pauline Wheeler said...

Beautiful colour. Thanks for sharing your design in the IndigoBlu Challenge
P xx

Mrs A. said...

This is so pretty . Amazing that you have only used two colours . Hugs Mrs a.

rustyblue85 said...

Ooh! I love this card, so gorgeous!
Sophia

Hettie said...

This is beautiful Elizabeth. Well done that girl!
BTW - great relief last night...I found my stencil! Hurrah!
Hugs
xx

thehandmadecardblog.com said...

Beautiful card! thank you for joining the Indigoblu challenge this month. Sarah x

Linda said...

This is beautiful .. love the colour. Thanks for joining in with the IndigoBlu challenge .... good luck!
Linda xx

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Lovely in blue Elizabeth.
Greetings,
Alie

Nikki Killinger said...

Beautiful entry, thank you for joining us in the Indigoblu challenge this month, good luck.
Nikki K. xx

Laura Williams said...

Beautiful entry thank you for entering our indigoBlu challenge x

butterfly said...

Such beautiful blues - the shading is gorgeous, and those flowers are really stunning!
Alison xx