Moody Mauve Goose Card Monochromatic InColor 2023
This Moody Mauve Goose Card features one of the new 2023-2025 In-Colors from Stampin’ Up that is so pretty and great for a monochromatic look. Make one with this tutorial.
I wanted to show how great this new In-Color looks on its own, and this silly goose is a fun way to show it off. It’s not super bright, but it adds a happy hue for a birthday card.
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I chose to do a monochromatic card because I really like this color, but also because it’s easy to design a project when you can limit the number of colors.
TIP: Choose a limited number of colors when designing a card to keep it simple yet elegant.
If you are a part of my In-Color Club, this is the free card I sent with your kits the first month! I hope you use your Moody Mauve goodies to make this card!
See below for how to create a Moody Mauve Goose Card for a birthday:
How to make a Moody Mauve Goose Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Basic White
- 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, folded at 4-1/4” for your card base
- 1” x 4” strip for sentiment
- 2-1/2” square
- Moody Mauve: 4” x 5-1/4”
- Moody Mauve DSP: 1-1/8” x 5-1/4”
Stamp and Color:
- With black ink, stamp your celebrating goose on the white square, and then stamp your sentiment in the center of your white strip.
- Next, color the goose hat and the balloon in coordinating colors with your markers. I also put a little gray under the wings for a light shadow.
Put it all together:
- Adhere the Moody Mauve DSP strip on the left side of the Moody Mauve piece. Then add the sentiment over that towards the bottom and trim off any extra. Then add your goose square above the sentiment.
- Lastly, adhere your card front to your card base.
Supplies to make this Moody Mauve Goose Card:
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