Have you checked out this color combo on the Power Poppy blog? When I saw it, I had to play along! Black, white, and chartreuse...what a dramatic color palate! For this challenge I tried something a bit different. I used colored pencils on black cardstock! While the process was a tad more involved than usual, the results are worth the effort.
Printing the image, Bubbles and Fizz, on plain paper was the first step. Next I cut a piece of white graphite paper and attached it to the back of the printed image (fyi, make sure you place the graphite paper with the correct side facing down...lol, I goofed on my first try). Then I taped the image and graphite paper to the black cardstock, and traced the main lines in the image with a pencil.
After tracing the image, I removed it and the graphite paper to reveal a white image "stamped" on the black cardstock.
Let the coloring begin! I used 50% Warm Grey, Cream, and White for the spheres. The leaves and stems are colored with Chartreuse, Olive Green, Apple Green, Spring Green, and Prussian Green.
A black and white stripped patterned paper, chartreuse card stock, white card stock, and a white die cut "hello" were all that was needed to complete a card.
Not sure what happened to the color in the card photo, it looks washed out, but the former photo shows the true colors.
Until next time...