November challenge

Posted by Princess Eva Angelica On 4:00 PM
The autumn has nearly passed and winter is approaching. I just love the cold mornings with the crispy air! The time just before the first snow is kind of magical.

It's time for novembers challenge and this time we are going to have a Monochromatic card challenge! That means you can only use ONE colour for your whole card. Offcourse in different shades, black and white are allowed but can not take over. It's not allowed to use a different skin or haircolour, than the colour that you have chosen.

The november challenge is sponsored by Mollys Scrapbooking 
The winner gets a lovely Molly kit!

Mollys Scrapbooking started out as a kit club. At the beginning we only had colourfull kits every month, but after a while we added shabby chic kits. Now we have taken it a step further and become a webshop. This way we can give our customers everything they need for their scrapbooking.
My name is Lilo and I'm the owner if Mollys Scrapbooking. I've been scrapping for many years, designed for different swedish and american shops and a swedish scrap magazine. To run Mollys Scrapbooking is a dream that have come true and we want to wish all customers a warm welcome!


Here's some inspiration from the Design Team:


Malin
 I made a purple card. Although the flowers looks blueish, I can assure you that they are purple! It's just so hard to get a good pitcure this time a year ;)



Maissi

I made a mustard yellow card, I love this colour in Autumn.

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Marianne





Minna

I decided to make a green card. I think he looks like a little alien from the Mars, but still so cute:)


Lene


 ├ůsa

I went a little safe with my black theme...




Eva

I chose to make a GREEEN card :)...if you happen see any yellowish roses, I can guarantee that they are lime green :) !


To enter the challenge, please leave your name and link in Mr.Linky below.

Deadline is the 8th november at midnight, StampARTic time.

Good luck!!



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