Green and Grey

Green and Grey. Seemingly simple but quite difficult to combine on a card. Which is what I found out when attmepting to make one for the challenge at Mark’s Finest Papers. As usual, Susan Raihala (the host for this week) had to find a twist. Now with my limited colors, I found I had loads of green. Now for grey. Lo and behold — one grey! Which promptly disintegrated when I was inking up! πŸ™‚ So had to have a minimal of grey in the end.

Did not do a good job on the spacing but, well….all part of learning! πŸ™‚ Had lots of green pp but where to put in the grey??? No choice but to do a CAS card! Used local cardstock white, all sorts of green shades, BLING, PTI Beyond Basic Borders and Handwritten Notes sentiment.

For Speedy the Cat’s Friends challenge using green and grey and for All Sorts Challenge using green.

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7 thoughts on “Green and Grey

  1. Very awesome Susan said cannot have too many inks..there’s always something missing in the spectrum!

  2. priya

    Dont have any grey at all. So you are one better. The bling shows up so much better in the second card.

  3. Karen Knegten

    You got it right- really like the added bling. Thanks for playing along with Speedy’s Friends!

  4. geri

    A really awesome card!!
    Thanks for sharing it with us at Speedy’s Friends.

  5. What a superb idea and wonderful take on the challenge. I am too chicken πŸ™‚ not even trying πŸ˜€

  6. Very cool effect! Thanks for playing with Speedy’s Friends!

  7. Amanda

    what a fabulous card, I love it :o)

    thanks very much for entering my Irish theme this week at Allsorts


    Amanda x

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