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The new Sentimental Sundays challenge is MONOCHROME (with a sentiment)! This one was a bit of a challenge for me. I generally try to avoid monochrome projects because they intimidate me. But I gave this one a try and am pretty happy with the results.

I’m going to keep this post short since I am late getting it up. Drop by the Sentimental Sundays blog to see the other fabulous MONOCHROME (with a sentiment) creations from the rest of the DT and download your free sentiment set from Ann Vento of Raindrop Echo Designs. I can’t wait to see your MONOCHROME project.

Have a great day!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Sympathy (digital sentiment) by Ann Vento of Raindrop Echo Designs
  • Inks: Copic reinkers (to die ribbon) &
  • Papers: Papertrey white CS, Bazzil Basics CS, Pink Paislee Think Big & Imagine from the 365-degree collection
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders nestabilities dies
  • Embellishments: Ranger Liquid Pearls, Hug Snug cream seam binding, lace

Challenges:

Comments

Chelsea said…
Love this With the pearls!
Doreen said…
This is just beautiful,love the pearls.xxx
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Christa said…
Beautiful card and stitching ! Thanks for joining us at ATS. Christa.
Ceal said…
You did an awesome Job I love it!
LaJanette said…
This is oh so soft and pretty! I really like the sentiment and how you have kept it the focus of the card! Very elegant with the lace and that bow!

Love it!

Hugs;
Janette
Ann Whitfield said…
This is stunning Cheryl, the liquid pearls are the perfect finishing touch - I wish I could get them to look as good when I use them.
Ann x
Sara I. said…
I've always loved this sentiment - gorgeous pearls and lace. Lovin' that color!
Kathy said…
This is stunning Cheryl. Love the soft green tones. The pearls, vintage lace and seambinding all are perfect for this look. Love it!
Tracy said…
Monochrome intimidates me too, but I think you've done a truly lovely job. Those shades of green are so pretty and the muted color of the lace is just the perfect little accent. :-)
MiamiKel said…
Oh this is truly outstanding, Cheryl - such a striking card, beautiful in every way! Love the "almost vintage" feel your card has - and the pearls are delightful!
Tracey said…
Beautiful card Cheryl, so elegant & what a lovely sentiment :)
Have a great week!
Hugs
Tracey
xx
A lovely card, very stylish. Good luck with the challenge, and thanks for joining us at The Emerald Faerie Garden
Hugs
Tracey
xx
Nina said…
OMG, this is totally stunning!! Love the sentiment, colours and lace ♥

Thanks for joining the "Just sayin" challenge at Stamptacular Sunday this week. Hope to see you again :)
Nina.
Audrey Pettit said…
Gorgeous, Cheryl! You did a fabulous job with the monotone challenge. This is so elegant and so detailed. Lovely sentiment, too. I love all the stitching and the seam binding, and adore the liquid pearls on the scalloped die cut. :)
Carol said…
This is gorgeous Cheryl, you nailed monochromatic! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Ann's this time and I hope we see you again soon. Carol DT x
Kathy and Lucky said…
Great card, love the monochromatic colors and those pearls are beautiful. Love the stitching around the edges adds perfect texture.
Karin said…
So elegant! I love the soft color and the pearls, ribbon and lace are so feminine! Beautiful card :)
downrightcrafty said…
gorgeous creation and love the addition of the pearls, thank you for sharing with us at the Emerald Faerie Garden
Hugs Kate xx
Marlene said…
This is so pretty, and I had to look twice to see that you used LIQUID pearls as opposed to actual pearl bling. How do you get them rounded out? I always seem to end up with "peaks" on my liquid pearls.
Anita said…
Wow Cheryl, this is so gorgeous. I'm also intimidated by monochrome but you hit this one out of the park! Love the lace, pearls and wrinkly ribbon.
Jen Adcock said…
What a stunner! You had me at the pearls! So classy and ultra gorgeous. Wow!
Kathryn said…
So elegant, I love the pearl frame around the sentiment! Thanks for joining in with us at Anything Goes K x
kurlygirl said…
Cheryl... this is so beautiful! I love the muted colors and that lace is gorgeous! I'm so glad that you joined us at Shelly's Images Anything Goes Challenge and I hope we see more of your creations in the future!

~Heather
Kurly-Q
Anke said…
Wonderful card Cheryl, so lovely ...
kaylou said…
aaahh this is super gorgeous , thank you for joining in our anything goes challenge at Creatalicious.
Hugs Kaylou xx
Tameko said…
Absolutely stunning Cheryl. So soft and pretty!
Debbie Pamment said…
This is a beautiful card - there are some gorgeous sentiments out there that deserve to take centre stage!
Thanx soo much for joining us in The Emerald Faerie Garden this week for our pearl challenge
xXx
Cheryl said…
GORGEOUS and so classy......a beautiful sentiment too!!! Thanks for joining us at Creatalicious!!
xx
KathyJ (Wattle) said…
Beautifully elegant and vintage!!! Gorgeous card!! Thanks for playing the Bring Back Beautiful Challenge!!!
Linda McClain said…
It's beautiful! Such a touching sentiment, and you did a wonderful job with it. Thank you for playing along at Catered Crop. Don't forget to come back and vote on Thursday.
Mona E said…
Such a beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Emerald Faerie Garden. Hugs...Mona
Kleine85 said…
Oh wow this is so great!!

Thanks for joining us at ATSC.

Hugs

Tanja

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