My dad retired after 40 years of working for the Eastman Kodak company, mainly in Atlanta, GA. That is where I grew up. Whenever I hear a word like monochromatic, I think of dad and all his years in the film industry.
So monochromatic (I just like saying that word, ha!) basically means layered hues [of color]. The challenge this week for Mark's Finest Papers is to layer colors on the background, starting with the lightest and progressing to darker.
On my first attempt I used a large stamp for the background and the sentiment was to draw the color out more. My little popped up tree shows off real well against the monotone color. I did a second card using another smaller stamp and will feature it on the next post.
This will be used for:
MFP Challenge #286
Word Art Wednesday
The Outlawz Challenges - Saturday's Paper a la Mode