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Sat Colour challenge #2


Sat Colour challenge #2

This is my other Monochromatic page created to help MariJ show how versatile the monochromatic palette can be: and I was lucky cos she chose brown and grey and they work together so well!

Credits:
BMU_CottageRose_Wire
BMU_ShabbyBlanc
BMU_View_Paper_Wood-Green
SNU_Brush_Artist’sToolBox
SNU_CamillesGarden_EmbMini-Window
CVW_SupplyTracker



    I love the photo and clusters. I really like the background and the photo through the 'window'
    Jode, this is just lovely and a wonderful example of a monochratic layout using brown and gray tones. Your photo looks like a sepia painting and I like how you placed it behind the window. I like your wooden background and the way you used the wire and your strip of embellishements is so creative and beautiful. And yes, I found the color strip - very clever!
    Thank you so much for your help and for making this super page for today's color challenge. :)
    Ooohhh I love all the textures here! A gorgeous monochromatic look. I like seeing that pretty scene through the window and also love the way you've combined the rugged with the soft (flowers/ribbons) so beautifully. Love the color strip as well!
    Beautiful layout and a great example of a monochromatic look, love the use of the color palette strip.
    I love this layout, especially with a little splash of blue. Very pretty!
    Gorgeous monocromatic page! I love the rustic feel and your photo and clusters are beautiful!!!
    So different. But I love it. I thought it was not yours, but so surprised. I love the clusters along the bottom!
    Oh I love the sweet rustic feel of this and that you've put the scene through the window. The swatches are so fun across the bottom. Great page.
    I love the rustic look of this, with the peek at the little farm out the window. I never realized browns and greys went so well together, but they're both colors found together in nature. Those little paper flowers are adorable!
    Oh, how neat - I love the window. The wooden walls and wire mesh are lovely touches, too. Your photo has such a neat vintage look to it with the color removed.