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Julie Warner - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
I have a couple more cards to share today…first a couple of monochromatic cards. This first one is for the MIX61 challenge, monochromatic. I used shades of yellow..from pale to a dull yellow/gray. The large yellow background is actually a really big paint chip with 3 colors of pale yellow. So I’m hoping the paint chip (found item), ink, Copics, glitter glue and ribbon will be enough to fit in the “Mix”. After coloring my daisies, I added the greeting and a pen work frame around it and the right edge is a bit out of the box. The seam ribbon was colored w/ Copics and added to the handle.
These are the Copics I used.
Julie Warner - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
This next card was sort of a trial run for the one above. It is also monochromatic, but there’s not a real mix of stuff going on so it really doesn’t fit the “mix”. It does fit into the Free For All Challenge, circles! (F4A214).
Julie Warner - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com
This one is very CAS (clean & simple). I stamped the big bloom, masked it and stamped the writing along one side. I used pretty much the same Copics as the one above, minus the cool grays. The greeting was stamped on little strip and the two left side corners were rounded. I added 2 Candi dots in the upper right for a little balance.

Thanks so much for stopping by! If you haven’t yet, please check out the DRS Thursday Challenge. This week, Leftovers Again? Use scraps & leftovers on your creation. DRS images are not required, so head on over and link up your creation!

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Stamps: DRS Designs – Daisy Basket, Cheerful Smiles Greeitng,  Bloomin’ Huge Flower, Script Font Background, 1 Line Just a Note
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black
Paper: X-Press It white, warm gray
Accessories:  Copic Markers, Candi dots, stickles glitter glue, seam ribbon, lg yellow paint chip, black Micron pen
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