Wednesday, June 26, 2013

analogous colors card swap

For the month of June the card swap group worked with Analogous Colors.

Analogous colors are groups of colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel, with one being the dominant color, which tends to be a primary or secondary color, and two on either side complimenting, which tend to be tertiary.
The term analogous refers to the having analogy, or corresponding to something in particular. An analogous color scheme creates a rich, monochromatic look.

Here is an example of analogous colors.

This is the card I made for the card swap. I used the Chantilly yellow B&T duo paper as well as the stamp set that comes with the Chantilly Workshop on the go. I also used pear color cardstock and Topitary, pear, and buttercup inks for the stamping. To get any of the mentioned supplies or supplies to do a different color set of analogous colors you can check out my website.

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