Tuesday, August 13, 2013

It's Black & White!

It's Tuesday and that means a new challenge over at Sassy Cheryl's Challenge Blog. The challenge...if you so choose to accept ( and I hope you do)...is to create using a black and white photo look. One of my favorite Copic techniques is to color monochromatically using the shades of gray. (C1,3,5,7 and R05 for the pop of red on the heart).
Here is my creation:



I colored up the adorable Sally using the digi image called A Letter Sent with Love.
 The Polaroid looking frame is from Recollections. The white flowers are from K&Company. The sentiment and heart comes from the Hero Arts clear rubber stamp set designed for Operation Write Home. 

Click here to check out the other Sassy Girls wonderful black and white photo creations! 

It's hard to believe...but this time next week...I'll be back at work teaching 12th grade. Yikes! Until then...have a great Tuesday!




8 comments:

  1. I was trying to leave a comment on the blog hop for KRaftin Kimmie but when I click to comment it says blog doesn't exist and when I click on that particular blog it says the same thing. :-(

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Angela! You made adorable card!! Love polaroid frame, sentiment and how you colored red heart. So cute! Your coloring is beautiful!!!
    Jasmina

    ReplyDelete
  3. so cute and love that frame!!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I love this wonderful card Angie and the little touch of red on the heart is awesome...Beautiful...Hugz, joann

    ReplyDelete
  5. Love this image and the red heart on the black and white card. Hope your first day back was a smooth one. I bet you are exhausted tonight.

    ReplyDelete
  6. You have been SOOOO busy producing gorgeous cards! I had to go way back to get to this card...honestly, they're all wonderful! This one is PERFECT! I love it so!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Hey Angie...absolutely fabulous card! I love the little Sassy Cheryl image!! And those handmade flowers are fantastic!! You've rocked it! Hugs Pat

    ReplyDelete
  8. I adore this, Angie! Love the look of the polaroid die. Fabulous card indeed!

    ReplyDelete