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AWHT March Creative Showcase

This month the Art With Heart Team are featuring Monochromatic cards, that is cards that only use different shades of the same colour. This is a great opportunity for us to demonstrate the wonderful range of Stampin’ Up! colours across our inks, papers and embellishments that can be combined to produce the amazing monochromatic samples we have to share with you. 


The card i made this month using the “everything amazing” stamp set and I used the lovely “Blackberry Bliss” ink and cardstock. I love the monochromatic look. 

The next demonstrator to share her monochromatic project is the amazingly talented Tina Gillespie.

If you have a broken link or have come to this blog hop midway, you can view all the participants below:


Reminder about Sale-a-bration finishing 31st of March. Contact any of the team members for more information.



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  1. Great card Rebecca. love its simplicity. x

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  2. Cool card Bec, I hadn't even noticed this stamp set, but what a great feature image it is!

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  3. Blackberry bliss has to ne my favourite colour. Great card demonstrating this technique and simple stamping as well.

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  4. Thank you for sharing a lovely card that would be fun to try myself!

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  5. Great card and colour choice Bec - I love Blackberry Bliss!

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