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Have you ever used Core'dination cardstock? I had not! Caardvarks has teamed with the Core'dination team with a challenge to create a monochromatic card.You don't have to use the sandable card stock but I had been dying to try some.

I used a Spellbinder Impressibility - Flowers and a Papertrey impression plate - Picnic Plaid to create the gorgeous light blue background paper. Sanding was easy and the results, stunning. As I wanted to see this pretty paper, I choose to keep the rest of the card simple.

Papertrey Enchanted Evening card stock, ribbon, and buttons completed this classy card.

I love the way the Picnic Plaid Impressions plate created a diamond through the flowers.

I appreciate each of you taking time to visit my blog. Your encouraging comments make my day!! ~Rhonda

Supplies used:
Stamps: Papertrey Ink - Through the Trees
Paper: Core'dinations - Classic Sunshine; Papertrey Ink - Enchanted Evening, Select White
Ink: Papertrey Ink - Enchanted Evening
Other: Spellbinder Impressibility -Flowers; Papertrey Ink - Woodgrain and Picnic Plaid Impression plates, Fillable Frames #3 die, Enchanted Evening twill ribbon and buttons.

16 comments:

  1. Rhonda, love your monochromatic card.

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  2. Very pretty, Rhonda! I'm not good at monochromatic color combos but you sure are!

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  3. Oh wow, this is so beautiful! LOOOOOVE the pattern you created by combing the impressions. Fabulous!

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  4. Very cool! I have not tried their cardstock yet but have heard a lot of great things about it.

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  5. Oh my! This is beautiful! I've never used that paper but I love the effect you have created with both impression plates and the sanding. Very pretty!

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  6. Love the beautiful texture on this card Rhonda! I haven't tried Coordinations yet but I have used other white core card stock and it's so fun to work with!

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  7. Beautiful---this is my favorite color!

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  8. Beautiful!! I love the blue tones.

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  9. Rhonda, this is lovely! What a great idea to combine two different embossing plates!

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  10. Oooooh lovely texture Rhonda! Subtle and beautiful! I like the way your card composition leaves the texture as the focal point!

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  11. Wow! How pretty. I love the idea of using two impression plates. Your card is just so pretty.

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  12. Rhonda, this is so pretty! I love the pattern you created with the two embossing plates.

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  13. Oh wow! That IS gorgeous Rhonda. I've been interested in that sandable CS tooo...very pretty with that impressionability!

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  14. Love the effect you got with two impression plates and some sanding! Very, very pretty!

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  15. Such an elegant card! simple yet pretty!

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  16. Very pretty, that impressability looks just like fabric!

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