Woot Woot for Tuts!


If you're a fan of the Power Poppy Blog, you know Mondays are all about sharing a dose of creativity! You've seen members of our Bloom Brigade, including myself, host Inspire Me Monday Tutorials to share a splash of artistic flair with all of you! So, this challenge involves scrolling back through any of the Inspire Me Monday tutorials and giving them a whirl!

Click HERE to see some of those fabulous step-by-step tutorials and give a "Woot Woot for Tuts"!

Don’t forget to check out the Power Poppy Blog for all this challenge’s details.

For myself, I couldn’t resist trying out Julie Koerber’s fabulous tutorial on monochromatic colouring, seen here.  In her tutorial Julie shows how just some simple ink and a few Copic Markers can make for a stunning monochromatic card.

For my card, I chose to work with a deep blue-green and teal.  I used Stampin’ Up!’s “Handsome Hunter” ink and Copic Markers, BG10 & BG11. And here is the card I came up with…

And here’s the close up of my focal image using Julie’s tutorial…

Now… check out what some of my fellow Bloom Brigaders have done for our “Woot Woot for Tuts” challenge!!!

Allison Cope  - you are here!
Christine Okken
Cindy Lawrence
Dawn Burnworth

Thanks for stopping in.  I hope you continue to join us today for 3 more challenges today!

~ Ally ~

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Supplies:

stamps: Power Poppy (Poinsettia, Bottlebrush Holidays)
cardstock: 
Bazzill, Recollections, Strathmore Water Color Paper
patterned papers: 
Lawn Fawn (Fa La La La)
die cut shapes:
Spellbinders (Elegant Ovals, Labels 25)
ink:
Stampin' Up!, Copic Markers

punch:  Martha Stewart
pearls: Recollections
other:  thread.

4 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous Christmas card, using this non traditional colors really makes it unique. I love the rich contrast of the beautiful DSP in the background and the gorgeous dies framing this beautiful image.
    Thank you for sharing, have a great weekend.

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  2. It’s almost like a tinted photo Ally ...such a beautiful effect!

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  3. Oh, Ally, this is really pretty with the monochromatic look! I really do love the tinted photo look like Christine says! And I still have some Handsome Hunter too! Such a rich, evergreen color! Beautiful! Hugs!

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  4. This is absolutely gorgeous Ally! So rich and elegant! I'm honored you picked my tutorial too! ;-)

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Ally.