Altenew’s Academy’s Polychromatic Colors Class

July 1, 2019

I just finished Altenew’s Academy’s Polychromatic Colors Class taught by Nina-Marie Trapani. Even though I have studied the principles of design. I did not know what Polychromatic colors were so I looked it up in dictionary. The simplest definition I found was two or more color; multicolored. The photo above is a polychromatic card on white card stock.

I used my Misti stamp positioning tool and stamped the wall paper stamp. I colored in the image with markers and then I cut them out. Then. I stamped the vase on card stock and on vellum. I cut out the vellum and colored a water line. Next I cut out stems for the flowers and assembled the card. I added a sentiment and in the top picture you can see the finished card. I love the bright cheery feel of this card.

Here is my peach Monochromatic card I made with photos.

I also decided to make a Monochromatic card in teal tones. I used a teal wallpaper image and a ginger jar from my craft stash. I very lightly stamped on leaves to the background of the card . I added a sentiment, I thought if would be fun to hang it just like it would be if you we receiving a flower delivery. I really enjoyed this class it got me thinking about color combinations. I pulled out my color wheel and had a great review.

I hope you have enjoy my cards.Till next time, happy stamping.

2 Comments »

  1. My favourite would be the very first one as it definitely qualifies for Polychromatic! What a stunner it is! Lovely use of colour and fabulous design, Teri! You are knocking it out of the park one project after another! Keep up the good work!
    Thank you for entering your fabulous work to the AECP assignment gallery. Keep it up!

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  2. So striking and beautiful!! I love your use of the vase image! I am so glad that you enter your beautiful work in Altenew AECP assignment Gallery. Awesome details and design! Super work!

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